Middle school students learn how they can use computers to interact with the physical world. From automatically turning on and off lights to detecting temperature changes students will create several projects using the Arduino prototyping kit that will demonstrate the basics of electronics programming. By the end of class students will understand how many of the everyday things we encounter are programmable and think of new ways to program the world around them.
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The Cente is located at 100 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd in downtown Atlanta between the Georgia Aquarium and the World of Coca-Cola.
Exit 249C Williams St.
Turn right onto Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd.
Exit 249D Spring St./W. Peachtree St.
Turn right onto Spring St. ramp toward Centennial Olympic Park Dr.
Bear right onto Centennial Olympic Park Dr.
Take immediate left at traffic light onto Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd.
East or Westbound Via I-20
Exit I-75/85 North and follow Northbound via I-75/85 route.
Parking & Public Transportation
Parking is available at the World of Coca-Cola or Georgia Aquarium parking garages.
Marta (Peachtree Center)
Exit West onto Peachtree St. NE
At the intersection of Peachtree St. NE & John Portman Blvd, turn left
Continue on John Portman Blvd until you reach Centennial Olympic Park and make a right
Cross the first intersection where you will see the sign for the Center for Civil and Human Rights, World of Coca-Cola, and the Georgia Aquarium pointing left
It is approximately a 10-minute walk
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