Make Games with Scratch + Design a Game Controller
Sunday, March 31, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Put down that video game controller and come learn how to make your own! In this workshop, we will teach you how to design and build your own video games with Scratch, a children's programming language developed at MIT. Afterwards, we will help you build your own custom video game controller! We will also introduce you to Scratch 2.0, the latest and greatest version of Scratch even let's you use the camera on a computer as a controller. Ages 8 and up, grown ups welcome.
When & Where
Join our MakerSpace for Youth Inventors of All Ages
The Makery is a pop-up Makerspace - part shop & part workshop. A temporary venue where youth and adults are encouraged to be curious, to tinker, to experiment, and to make with technology. The Makery is a place where communities can gather to play with the creative power of digital design and fabrication, physical computing, and computer programming. In addition to workshops, we also create interactive events and installations for the public to explore. Visit our Pop Ups to check out what's happening.
Come Out and Make :)