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think|haus will be presenting a workshop on April 26th about the Arduino and interfacing to the real world. It’s really just an introduction to the whole Arduino ecosystem. Future workshops will get more into the technical details of the electronics side of Arduino interfacing. Ultimately, it should all lead to a final set of workshops where the participants learn to design and build an entire embedded system and solder it to a custom printed circuit board. Details of the first
workshop are below.
When: Saturday April 26, 2014 10am-4pm SECOND DATE ADDED: Sunday April 27, 2014 10am-4pm
Where: Think|Haus Makerspace, 25 Dundurn St N
ARDUINO IS AN OPEN-SOURCE ELECTRONICS PROTOTYPING PLATFORM BASED ON FLEXIBLE, EASY-TO-USE HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE. IT’S INTENDED FOR ARTISTS, DESIGNERS, HOBBYISTS AND ANYONE INTERESTED IN CREATING INTERACTIVE OBJECTS OR ENVIRONMENTS.
Workshop participants will learn:
- What the Arduino community is all about
- How to interface a computer to the real world
- Simple programming for interfacing
- Really basic electronics concepts
Please Note: All the required hardware and software will be provided at the workshop but you do need to bring your own laptop with you. No prior knowledge of microcontrollers or electronics is assumed for this course. Its for beginners. There will be more advanced courses coming soon. Space is limited to 6 people, but if we receive enough interest then an additional workshop may be held on the Sunday. Registration is open to those age 16+ only.
We’ve got 15 people out for our first Arduino workshop taught by Paul L. We’re learning about variables, functions, libraries and all kinds of cool stuff. Course notes to be posted soon.
|From Arduino Course 2011-02-26||From Arduino Course 2011-02-26|