In this series of scoops I'll tell the stories of extraordinary experiences of disruptive innovation that are changing the way we design and develop new smart devices. Their stories of its origin are as interesting as the products they offer. The first story is about ARDUINO, an open-source physical computing platform. I invite you to watch this video that explains very well the origin of this disruptive innovation. In the same video will appreciate the testimony of Zachary Smith, who used the Arduino microcontroller to make his first low cost 3D printer and founded later the company Makerbot Industries, which was bought by Stratasys in 2013 for over 400 million dollars.