Arduino is a brilliant, open source electronics platform that gives you the ability to make interactive objects and systems that respond to the world around you. With limitless possibilities, you can incorporate senses, lights, motors, even make robots! If you can imagine it, you can make it!
Celebrating International Genuino Day, Makers Place is hosting this free workshop where you will learn what Arduino is, how to get started coding lights and sounds, plus demos of the types of projects Arduino is used for.
This workshop is recommended to makers aged 10 and up. No previous experience is required.
This is a small workshop with limited places available. To book a ticket email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line Arduino Workshop. See you there!
Saturday April 2nd
WHAT YOU WILL GET
-Introduction to Arduino
-Arduino board and equipment provided on the day to learn with
WHAT TO BRING
-A working laptop and charger