Programmable Electronics with Arduino
Note: This is a hybrid online/in-person workshop. This form is for attending in-person. If you would prefer to attend this workshop online, please see this link instead: https://libcal.uvic.ca/calendar/go/arduino
Are you a UVic student, faculty, or staff member and want to learn more about computing electronics? If so, then this hands-on workshop will give you an introduction to Arduino, which is inexpensive but also a powerful electronic toolkit. Once you’ve completed this session you’ll be able to wire up basic electronic projects using Arduino and a breadboard.
Various practice activies include:
1. Sensing heat and illuminate LCD lights (Love-O-Meter)
2. Sensing motion and randomly displaying advice on an LCD screen (Lucky 8-Ball)
3. Varying sound by controling light hitting a sensor (Light Theremin)
No programming experience is required for this workshop, but you will get a sense for the types of problems that Arduino devices can help you solve.
- Monday, October 18, 2021
- 2:30pm - 4:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Pacific Time - US & Canada (change)
- Digital Scholarship Commons A308
- Mearns Centre for Learning - McPherson Library (LIB)