Intro to Arduino Four Week Workshop
Workshop meets: April 7th & 21st, May 5th & 19th
Perhaps you'd like to learn some basic electronics and embedded programming but haven't known where to start? his four week Arduino workshop will take you from complete n00b to basic hardware hacker. Each session will run 3-4 hours of instruction and hands-on labs. We'll start with doing digital input/output (I/O) with basic blinkenlights and taking input from switches. Then we'll move on to analog I/O. You'll learn how to control motors, servos and relays so you manipulate the physical world. We'll also cover interfacing with I2C and SPI devices, including the Wii Nunchuck and a cool OLED display. Throughout the classes, you'll learn the electronics theory behind the components and how to program the Arduino.
This space limited to 10.
The cost covers both supplies, equipment, and the hours of instruction.
Come spend four sunday afternoons filling your head with new skills. You won't regret it.
Age Requirement: 16 or above. All minors required to have parental consent form completed on site first day of class.
Dates: April 7th & 21st, May 5th & 19th (1-5pm)
($100 for BLR monthly members at Core Supporter level or above, contact the treasurer to register)
Bring: A laptop running Linux, Windows or Mac OS X