Wednesday, April 11, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (MDT)
Want to get your hands on an Arduino and do some cool projects? Quelab is here to help. We'll provide the Arduino, help you get it installed and help you get your first few projects off the ground. April is for Arduinos! Classes will be held Wednesday evening, 6-9:PM, April 11, 18, and 25. The projects will be accessible enough for anyone who knows how to use a computer to get involved with, but with plenty of challenges for more advance folk. We've got some fun stuff up our sleeves, and plenty of expertise to make sure you get everything out of it you're hoping for.
A month of Quelab membership is included with the price, which means you've got access to the facility for all of April. Work on your project during Open Lab on Tuesday and Sunday night and all day Wednesday. The price of the workshop includes all the materials you'll need: an Arduino Uno development board, prototyping board, and support electronics like LED’s, switches, transistors, and wires.
Bring in a computer to use as your development host. Almost any fairly recent LINUX/Windows/Mac netbook, laptop, or Desktop should support the Arduino IDE. The first session, April 11, will be dedicated to getting the Arduino development environment running on your computer, while the remaining sessions will take you through several tutorials and project examples.
The course will be limited to the first 15 students to sign up.
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