Intro to Arduino Workshop

Intro to Arduino Workshop

60

Weeks

Challenge Level: None
Students per mentor
Mentors:

What is this workshop?

Arduino is an open-source electronic prototyping platform that allows users to create interactive electronic objects. AKA robot brains. 

 

In this class we’ll learn the basics of how to write basic Arduino code, read from sensors, and make lights blink! By the end of this workshop, you’ll make an Arduino powered blinky box, and leave with the ability to dive further into learning how to use Arduino on your own terms.

 

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is for absolute beginners, and no prior experience is necessary.

 

What do I need to bring?

We provide laptops, but you’re welcome to bring along and use your own. If you’re a note-taking type, bring something for that too!

Adam Plavnikis
Technologist

When

 

Saturday Oct 29, 430-630PM

Saturday Nov 19, 430-630PM

Saturday Dec 10, 430-630PM

Saturday Jan 28, 430-630PM

Saturday Feb 25, 330-530PM

Saturday Mar 11, 330-530PM

 

Where

 

STEAMLabs Maker Space, 192 Spadina Avenue, Toronto

 

$30 per person

 

note: This price does not include the Arduino Kit, which can be purchased separately and varies in price depending on parts (approximately $40-100)

 

To sign up, click the button below and tab across to the week/workshop you’re looking for.

 

sign up!