Morten Ydefeldt

Wednesday, 11th Mar 2015


The maker-movement is a new phenomenon where people share and collaborate on designing both software and hardware.

Morten’s interpretation of the difference between a do-it-yourselfer and a maker is the additional layer digital fabrication and software. For a long time people have been collaborating on open-source software projects, but what happens when physical products is more and more defined by software, with the ‘internet of things’ and 3d printers which gives information physical form. This will be a talk about the relationship between software and hardware through his own work with designing CNC-machines.

Morten is an Industrial designer and professional ‘Maker’, and is running the company He has strong belief in the open-source way of thinking and working, and is doing open-source development and designs for printers (cnc-machines). He is grounded in the traditional industrial design way of thinking, and is capable of combining that with a good understanding of software development, electronics, CNC-machines, web development.

Morten is a pragmatic designer that does not care about getting his hands dirty.

Copenhagen Institute Of Interaction Design ApS
37 Toldbodgade
1253 Copenhagen

When: Weds, March 11th, 2015 – 5-6pm

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