WhenTuesday, June 25
10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
- D. H. Hill Jr. Makerspace at the D. H. Hill Jr. Library
Do you want to build a robot that interacts with Twitter or your own wearable electronics project? This workshop will cover the basics of Arduino a microcontroller circuit designed to make creating interactions between computers and the physical world easy for everyone. In this workshop, we'll create some simple example circuits and talk about how to check out electronics kits from the Libraries. Arduino Inventor Kits are available for one-week checkout from both Hill and Hunt Library, so participants will be able to take a kit home with them after the workshop to continue exploring and experimenting (based on kit availability).
None. You do not have to have attended the D.H. Hill Makerspace Orientation before attending this Arduino workshop.
No electronics experience required! Laptops will be available for participants, but bring your own if you want to save and edit your projects after the workshop.
Register for this workshop