Beginners Arduino Workshop 23
Saturday, November 20, 2010 at 10:30 PM - Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 5:30 PM (GMT)
London, United Kingdom
What could be better than spending a weekend learning about Arduino, the favorite open source hardware hacking platform for designers, artists and hobbyists.
Aimed at students, artists, and designers or anyone who wants to learn the basics of Arduino, simple electronics and building interactive projects
TinkerLondon has been running monthly workshop around Arduino and its uses in creative uses since 2007. TinkerLondon is a mulitdisiplinary design studio based in London. We design interactive products that bridge the physical and the digital. We help our clients develop innovative design practices in their business using open-source tools. We research new areas where design and open source technologies intersect and share the results.
This event is kindly hosted by Space Studios.
What do I need to bring?
Your laptop if you want to end up with a working setup on your machine. There are machines that you can use if you don't have, or want to bring a laptop.
NB: You don't need to already know about electronics to come to this workshop.
What we will provide
A beginners Arduino kit which you can take away with you after the workshop.
10:30: Introduction to the workshop and round table introductions
11:00 - 12:00: Introduction to physical computing, interaction design and the history of Arduino
12.00 - 13.00: Getting Arduino on your computer
13:00-1700 Getting started with Arduino
17:30- Drinks at a nearby pub
10:30: Round table presentations of project proposals
11:00 Build your project!
13:00-16:00 More building
17:00 – 17.30 Documentation
Tickets are £140 for professionals and £115 for students
When & Where
[ s p a c e ]
SPACE is an arts and educational charity founded in 1968 by the artists
Bridget Riley and Peter Sedgely. Its mission is to provide space for
people to create; space for people to engage with artists, art and
creativity and space for people to develop their artistic and creative
potential. SPACE believes creativity is essential to a flourishing and
tolerant society. Artistic enjoyment, accessing creative processes and
fulfilling creative potential are intrinsic to the development of
individuals and communities. SPACE works to provide the fundamental
resources and opportunities needed for the positive transformation and
growth of individuals & communities.