Kwartzlab is hosting a getting started with Arduino workshop.
The Arduino is a micro controller that can read inputs such as push buttons, switches, sensors and control output devices such as motors, lights, buzzers and much more.
Some things you can do with the Arduino are:
infrared limit switches
hijack a remote control
analog needle gauge
reflective infrared detector
buzz a buzzer
twirly knobs, we call pots
drive an LCD
If you are wondering “can I do this with an Arduino?”, why don’t you ask us?
We will have computers with Arduinos already set up to demonstrate some of their many uses. If attendees wish to bring there laptops in we will help them get the software running.
There will be a $20 fee to cover cost of materials. We are getting some new boards in for the event for people to try out.
When: Saturday February 27, 1-4 PM
Where: Kwartzlab 283 Duke St. W, Unit 106, Kitchener, ON
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosts: Andrew Mackie and Bevan Lantz