Upcoming Event: Studio Session: Arduino 101
Studio Session: Arduino 101
presented by Center for Digital Learning + Research
CDLR, Ground floor
Academic Commons (AKA Library)
Thursday, March 29th, noon – 3pm with refreshments
Ever wonder how the Wii works? What tracks the movement of an iPhone? Want to play with circuit boards? Learn to sense and control the physical world using the Arduino microcontroller platform. Through this hands-on workshop designed for beginners, participants will learn the basics of the Arduino programming environment, the world of sensors, and analog/digital inputs and outputs. Using basic components such as buttons, light sensors, and LEDs, we will develop an Arduino-based interactive musical instrument. Since we will be learning the basics of Arduino step by step, we encourage you to attend the entire session. Please bring a laptop if you prefer to use your own.
This workshop will be led by Steven Kemper, PhD Candidate in the Composition & Computer Technologies program at the University of Virgina and a co-founder of EMMI (Expressive Machines Musical Instruments). This Studio Session is the first of a series on Arduino. It is a part of our “Year of Collective Learning through Critical Making + Code” designed to encourage the Oxy community to experiment with technology in ways that go beyond the end-user / consumer roles. Please RSVP to Wendy Hsu [email@example.com] by March 22th.
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