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Pop-Up Class: Program Your Own LED Light Box

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JMU X-Labs

298 Port Republic Road

Lakeview Hall, Room 1150

Harrisonburg, VA 22807

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Have you ever wondered how to use programming in other ways rather than making websites or applications? Do you just love flashing lights and colors? Learn how to program an LED strip to be used in a decorative light box. Supplies and expertise provided. NO PRIOR CODING EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. Part of National Coding Week 2018 . Questions? Email jmuxlabs@jmu.edu.Note: In this class you will only be doing the lighting portion of the project. To build the box needed to complete the project, participants are encouraged to visit JMU X-Labs during Open Lab hours (posted on Facebook.)

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Pop-Ups are free, non-credit classes for students, faculty, and community members. Taught three times a week by JMU X-Labs staff, JMU students, and community experts, these make-and-take classes are an opportunity to try a new skill, practice using equipment, and have fun. Past topics have included laser cut jewelry, DIY planters, drone quidditch, laptop stickers, LED programming, beer brewing, liquid nitrogen ice cream, glass etching, and more!

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NO SHOW POLICY

If you register for this event and are no longer able to attend, please email jmuxlabs@jmu.edu or cancel your Eventbrite ticket ASAP. We have limited capacity and long waitlist, so please be courteous and let others take your place if you can no longer go.

If you are registered and do not attend, you will not be able to sign up for another Pop-Up for the rest of the academic year. If you have any questions about this policy, please email us at jmuxlabs@jmu.edu.

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JMU X-Labs

298 Port Republic Road

Lakeview Hall, Room 1150

Harrisonburg, VA 22807

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