Sunday Morning Arduino Time

All Hands Active opens early every Sunday at 10:00am to help people work, play, and learn more about the Arduino Microcontroller (and others). Don’t know what an Arduino is?

Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. – http://arduino.cc/
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With an Arduino, you can do something as simple as a blinking an LED to controlling flying quadcopters, or supplementing fashion with function. Thanks to everyone who donated time and money to All Hands Active’s Kickstarter Campaign, we now have extra Arduinos for you to try out, for free! Coming soon: structured classes for those who desire the comfort of someone telling them what to do!

Keane, a regular Sunday Arduino Time participant has recently been using the Arduino to prototype basic sensory methods for a wheeled robot, and to display information on an LCD:

Join us on any Sunday starting at 10:00am, we’re usually here until at least ~2:00pm, and Digital Ops (our host) doesn’t close their doors until ~10:00pm!

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About Josh Williams

Woohoo! I like working with technology, hands on projects, and being terribly, terribly curious. I spend a lot of time thinking about education, particularly in the K-8 age group. Hopefully some of that thinking gets turned into action through places like All Hands Active, Bright Futures, Brain Monkeys, etc.
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