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Revision as of 11:20, 22 January 2011

Information for our introductory workshops on Arduinos

Tickets

Tickets will be £100 for non-members and £80 for members. Both tickets include a Arduino Uno starter kit courtesy of Earthshine Electronics

Non-members can book tickets via Eventwax.

Members can book tickets by contacting Ciarán by email.

When?

A 2 day workshop over Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23th of January 2011.

Where?

Laboratory 24.

What?

A Beginners Arduino workshop.

Provisional Timetable

Saturday

Workshop starts at 10 AM

Introduction to Arduino
Installation

SECTION A - LEDS

Project 1 – LED Flasher
Project 2 – Interactive Traffic Lights
Project 3 – Interactive Chase Effect
Project 4 – RGB Mood Lamp
Project 5 – Serial Controlled Mood Lamp

Short Break

SECTION B – SOUNDS & SENSORS

Project 6 – Piezo Sounder Alarm
Project 7 – Light Sensor
Project 8 – Temperature Sensor

Lunch (Around 1pm)

SECTION C – SHIFT REGISTERS

Project 9 – Binary Counter

SECTION D – LED Dot Matrix Displays

Project 10 – Basic Animation
Project 11 – Rolling Wheel Animation

QUESTIONS

Sunday

Workshop starts at 10 AM

Re-cap of Day 1

Assisted Personal Projects or Further Projects

Questions


Obviously this is flexible depending how quickly/slowly we get through the content. Section D may be on Day 2 if we can't fit it on Day 1.

For who?

Anyone!

Prior Knowledge of electronics is not needed, just a desire to learn.

By who?


Notes

File:Circuits and Code.pdf

Debrief

[Hack Evening Workshops/Arduino for beginners 2/debrief Debrief]