Miguel da Hora
Founder, Peripheral Designers Project
Miguel da Hora grew up in the outskirts of Osasco, where he developed several projects related to robotics, design, education and technology. He is currently the manager of the teacher experience at startup Nave à Vela, a company focused on innovation for education. He has a Master’s degree in design, art and technology and a Bachelor’s degree in digital design from Anhembi Morumbi University. In addition, he actively participates in several networks of young transformers such as Global Shapers and CHOICE. He is the founder and current coordinator of the Peripheral Designers project, which through design teaching, leveraged by technologies of the fourth industrial revolution, transforms young peripherals into transforming agents of the place where they live.
Currently Miguel is developing the DAHORA kit project, aimed at bringing low cost teaching to schools around Brazil.