Microcontrollers for Artwork
Posted by on September 24, 2007
‘Microcontrollers for Artwork’ – A MakePhilly Class!
Have you ever wanted to build something that moves, or introduce some interactivity into your artwork? Or maybe you just want to impress your friends at the next MakePhilly meeting? Now you can. A new course will teach you the basics of prototyping and programming microcontrollers using the popular Arduino system (http://www.arduino.cc). No prior knowledge of electronics or is required to get your LEDs blinking,sensors sensing, and motors spinning.
The class will take place on Saturday, November 3, 2007 at the Nonprofit Technology Resources on 1524 Brandywine Street in Philadelphia from 9:00 to 5:00. All materials including an Arduino board, prototyping supplies, and assortment of electronic components, will be provided with the enrollment fee of $200.
To register, send us email at [email protected] before October 10th for a 25% discount. Enrollment is limited to 12 people, so reserve your spot today!
For more about MakePhilly visit their web site: http://www.makephilly.com
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