San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Arduino Platform is 10 years old this year!
Almost single-handedly it has revolutionised the "maker movement" and led to exciting new technologies like Open Source Hardware, CNC machines and 3D printers being accessible to just about everyone - easily and cheaply.
Ever wondered what the Internet of Things is all about?
Come along and discover what's at the heart of many of the most exciting, cutting edge technologies.
See how people just like you are building the future, today. Find out what is driving "the next industrial revolution" and learn how you too can get involved.
In this "introduction to Arduino" workshop, find out first hand how to get started, building the future.
Included in the workshop course is a goody box bulging with everything you’ll need for the workshop exercises and much more. In addition to a large selection of basic electronic components you’ll receive an Arduino UNO compatible board, a breadboarding kit, an LCD display module, a servo, LEDs, switches, sensors and more!
We’ll get you started on your way by walking you through building a series of introductory projects and we will demonstrate some of the more advanced things you can do, and we’ll provide online instructions for other projects you can complete at home with your new found skills!
You can stay on for our Arduino Day Show And Tell session and we also invite you to attend futher sessions at the BuildBrighton hackspace, for further assistance with your own Arduino-based projects!
For the workshop you will need to bring a Windows, Mac or Linux laptop with Wi-Fi connectivity. We can provide a limited number of Windows workstations for those without their own computer, but please advise us before the workshop so we can confirm availability.
When & Where
Build Brighton Makerspace
Build Brighton is a communal workshop and collective of over 100 makers who love to build stuff.
We’re part of a global network of makerspaces – places where people do creative projects, such as electronics, 3D printing, crafts and woodworking. Our main purpose is to provide tools and a space in which our members can gather, collaborate and learn from each other. People beaver away on their own projects, or take part in exciting group projects in a playful and friendly environment.
We are a not-for-profit community run entirely by volunteers. Our members pay a monthly subscription that goes towards paying for the workshop space and equipment for the group.