CC102 ARDX - Arduino Experimentation Lab
2016-05-10 18:30 to 2016-05-11 20:30 (US/Pacific)
The overall goal of this workshop is fun. Beyond this, the aim is to get you comfortable using a wide range of electronic components through small, simple and easy circuits. The focus is to get each circuit working then giving you the tools to figure out why.
This is a hands-on, lab-based workshop to get you started with the Arduino through experiments on 13 different electronic circuits. Using the ARDX kit, we’ll get you up and running with your own genuine Arduino and step through a series of electronic circuit experiments that showcase the capabilities of the Arduino. Each experiment involves both hardware and software, and is extendible to meet the needs of beginners and more experienced makers.
The experiments cover microcontroller basics, LEDs, transistors, motors, integrated circuits, pushbuttons, variable resistors, photo resistors, temperature sensors and relays.
Prerequisites: Bring your own laptop so you can continue experimenting at home.
Duration: 2 evenings, 2 hours each lab session (6:30 - 8:30 PM)
Cost: Free for OSML members; $120 for non-members
Class size: Min 2, max 6
Minimum age: 16
Instructor: OSML staff