Arduino Programming 102: If Funky, Get Loopy
Sunday, November 9, 2008 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EST)
1 Session, 2 Hour
Its recommended that you take the 101 class, but it is not required.
The Arduino is a simple yet powerful microcontroller board. More info here: arduino.cc
This class is focused on taking all the fundamentals of Arduino programming, and creating a useful program. We'll dive into the wonderful world of if/then/else statements. We'll traverse the ocean of loops and exit into a wonderful paradise of useful, functioning programs.
This class is based around the Arduino and the NYC Resistor Learner Shield, which is a fun device that has lots of cool, preset inputs/outputs for you to easily explore. We will be covering the basic functions of this device as well.
An Arduino and Danger Shield will be provided to each student, but please bring a laptop if possible.
Instructor: Zach Smith