UF Event: Introduction to Arduinos in Marston Science Library

Thanks to Emily F. Brooks for sharing the training announcement!
Have you ever wanted to be a maker, hacker, or coder? Wanted to learn more about Arduinos and why they are so popular? Arduinos are inexpensive open-source micro-controllers that can be used to build an amazing range of devices with add-on sensors and basic programming. Join us in Marston Science Library for a hands-on introduction to building with Arduinos, taught by Aaron Beveridge and Emily Brooks. Each participant will learn the basics of DIY electronics by coding and constructing a sensor that detects knocks and plays music tones using equipment provided by the library. Participants will need to bring their own laptop with software pre-installed (details will be sent to participants before the workshop). Beginners are especially welcome and no programming or Arduino experience is necessary.
You can choose either of the 2-hour workshops, they are both the same.

  • Tuesday, 11/3/2015 11:45 AM Marston L136
  • Thursday, 11/5/2015 2:00 PM Marston L136

To register, go to http://apps.uflib.ufl.edu/Registration/public_workshops_view_details.aspx?ID=101

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