Wednesday, April 3, 2019
6:30pm - 9:30pm
Rescheduled from March 13
Flashing LEDs and buttons galore! Join us for a hands-on introduction to Arduino, an inexpensive, flexible open-source prototyping platform for creating interactive electronic objects.
Learn the basics of Arduino microcontrollers to control small electronics. This 3-hour workshop will go over the basics of writing a script for Arduino, different Arduino types, controlling an output and reading both digital and analog sensors.
Absolute beginners welcome – no experience necessary!
Instructor: Izzie Colpitts-Campbell
If you have an Arduino, please bring it along. Otherwise there will be a few to use during the workshop. We recommend the Arduino Uno ($27.99 from Creatron), a great option to learn on.
Bring your favorite note-taking materials and/or your laptop. If you don't have a laptop, we have some to borrow.
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