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Author: Victor Freundt
Victor Freundt has developed new methodologies on product and concept design using digital fabrication technologies. With an Industrial Design background from Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru (PUCP), he was the co-founder of the Fab Lab concept in Lima-Peru in 2010 with the collaboration and support of Fab Lab Barcelona, IAAC, AECID, and The Center for Bits and Atoms from MIT. Being a strong believer of the Maker Culture as a key aspect in society, he has helped on the democratization of new technologies in Peru through workshops, conferences, classes and projects with private and public entities as the Metropolitan Municipality of Lima, ESAN, UNI, UTEC and TECSUP. He has also been invited as speaker about Public Policies on Formal and Informal Education for Kids in Japan, Spain, El Salvador, Argentina, Uruguay and Colombia, and was selected as one of the Innovators Under 35-Peru from MIT Technology Review. He is also a blogger from “El Blog de Viktoy” for local media RPP based on design, making and creativity. He welcomes new challenges, loves to accept risks on unknown fields as an input for innovation, and supports the creative industries based on heritage, local context and global communication.