Arduino Programming 103: Sensory Overload
Saturday, September 13, 2008 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
1 Session, 2 Hours
It is recommended that you take the 101 and 102 classes, but it is not required.
The Arduino is a simple yet powerful microcontroller board. More info here: arduino.cc
During this class, we will explore the many different ways of gathering information from the outside world. The NYC Resistor Learner shield has many interesting sensors including a light sensor, a temperature sensor, a knock sensor, and some sliders. We will be examining each of these sensors and showing you how to use them in your programs.
An Arduino and Danger Shield will be provided to each student, but please bring a laptop if possible.
Instructor: Zach Smith