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Creative technologies are one of the links between audiovisual communication and transmedia. Thanks to them, we are able to intertwine these 2 major blocks of communication in order to create experiences that allow us to lead the user to interact with the contents in a memorable way. This course will explain the principles of creative technologies through the Arduino platform. We will learn to program from scratch and as we move forward we will apply all this knowledge to generate small interactive assemblies. We will work towards a final project that will allow the student to explore this world and apply it in the most secure area.