Introduction to Arduino Class
Saturday, February 18, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EST)
The Arduino platform is an amazing way to learn more about electronics or to bring your latest idea to life.
In this "all ages"* beginner’s class, you will learn the basics of the Arduino hardware, and how to install and use the Arduino software. You will build simple circuits that can be controlled with the Arduino and explore “shields” that are available to expand the Arduino. Bring your own Arduino and components, or pre-order an Arduino Starter Kit which includes an Arduino Uno, a USB cable, a solderless breadboard, jumper wires, and an assortment of switches, potentiometers, LEDs and resistors.
Members - FREE (does not include hardware)
Non-Members - $20 (does not include hardware)
Optional Arduino Starter Kit (from adafruit industries) - $45
Please Note: A personal laptop will be required to participate. If you do not purchase the Arduino Starter Kit, you will need to bring Arduino hardware to participate.
Required hardware: Arduino or Arduino-compatible board, USB cable, solderless breadboard, jumper wires. If your Arduino board is not-usb powered, please bring a small power supply.
*Children must be accompanied by an adult who will help faciliate the learning process.
When & Where
FamiLAB is Orlando's Community Lab aka Hackerspace aka Makerspace. Following the philosophies of the worldwide hackerspace movement, FamiLAB’s mission is to promote the sharing of knowledge through the creation of safe and fun spaces to learn. These physical and virtual spaces contain the tools, materials, and expertise that rapidly accelerate learning.