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Learning to Program the Arduino

26 Feb
Thursday, 02/26/2015 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Undergraduate Event

Prof. Rui Wang
Computer Science

Computer Science Building, Room 150/151

This is a hands-on workshop to teach you the basics of Arduino programming. Arduino is an open-source, programmable microcontroller board. You can use it to create many cool projects, such as wearable electronics, wireless sensors, home automation gadgets, Internet of Things (IoT), and even robots.

This workshop covers the basics of Arduino programming and interfacing with the physical world using digital and analog circuits. You will learn how to let Arduino blink / fade color LEDs, sing a song, respond to light and temperature changes, all through hands-on experiments. Come to join us, it will be fun! Food will be served during the event.

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