intro to arduino workshop - "You-do
This class is for anyone who has never played around with Arduino before and those
who have played around a little bit but aren't entirely sure about how the basics work.
It's easier than you think! We will put together basic single component electrical
circuits, learn about analog and digital, input and output, basic programming
concepts and practice very basic Serial communications-In case you haven't noticed
the key word here is basic.
Monday, February 4, 2013
4pm to 8pm
Electronics Center, 40
Franklin Street, Needham
Sign up is based on a first
come-first serve basis.
Register early to secure
*Price of workshop is FREE.
$99.00 fee covers the cost of
the inventor's kit, which
Students will create three simple circuits highlighting
analog and digital forms of input and output. Get
started with the Arduino programming environment.
Concepts covered in class:
Using a breadboard
Digital and Analog
Input and Output
Arduino programming environment basics
Serial Monitor usage with text, variables and pin states
Prerequisites: You should have a basic understanding
of what series and parallel mean.
Note: Please install the Arduino software on your
computer before the class. Click here for instructions on
installing the Arduino software.
What to bring: A laptop
Email your name, phone number and number of people
attending the workshop
to [email protected] Please include Intro
to Arduino Workshop in subject line.
You will receive a call back within 1-2 business
days. $99.00 fee is required at time of registration, prior
to workshop. Once registration and payment is
complete, a reservation confirmation number will secure