About this event:
Interested in robotics but don't know where to start? Can't tell a servo from a breadboard? This is the workshop for you!
Join Blake Fall-Conroy to learn the basics of Arduino, including using sensors for input, and producing motion, light and sound output. We will work in teams to achieve several goals using the library's Arduino kit. Learn about the different elements of building an Arduino and see examples of the possibilities of this technology.
Prerequisites for this class:
- Previous exposure to basic coding or programming (for example, building or editing a website)
- Comfort using a Windows computer and saving files.
If you register and CANNOT attend, please alert the librarian, email@example.com as space in this workshop is very limited.