Arduino Workshop Sydney 2016-11-26
We're super happy to announce that Little Bird is offering an Arduino Workshop in Sydney.
Besides downloading valuable maker information into your brain, you also get to keep an Arduino Inventor’s Kit.
You probably know this all ready, but if you don't: Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for anyone making interactive projects!
WHERE IS THE WORKSHOP?:
- Hornsby Library - 28-44 George St, Hornsby NSW 2077
WHEN IS THE WORKSHOP?
- SYDNEY - 10.00am – 4:00pm, Saturday, 26th November 2016
WHAT'S IN THE WORKSHOP?
Our Arduino Workshop is an all day class running from 10am - 4.00pm.
The workshop will be a no-fluff get-your-hands-dirty workshop experience with Arduino!
Your instructor (Marcus Schappi) will be there to help with any of the questions you might have on Arduino. Here's what we will cover in the course:
- Blinking an LED
- Reading a Potentiometer
- Driving and RGB LED
- Driving Multiple LEDs
- Reading Push Buttons
- Reading a Photo Resistor
- Reading a Temperature Sensor
- Driving a Servo Motor
- Using a Flex Sensor
- Reading a Soft Potentiometer
- Using a Buzzer
- Driving a Motor
- Using Relays
- Using a Shift Register
- Using an LCD
- Creating a Simple Simon Says Game
SO WHAT'S IN THE ARDUINO INVENTOR’S KIT?
Yours to keep after class is an Arduino Inventor Kit. This includes the following items:
- Arduino Uno - R3 SMD
- Arduino and Breadboard Holder
- White Solderless Breadboard
- Mini Screwdriver
- 16x2 White on Black LCD (with headers)
- 74HC595 Shift Register
- 2N2222 Transistors
- 1N4148 Diodes
- DC Motor with Gear
- Small Servo
- SPDT 5V Relay
- TMP36 Temp Sensor
- Flex sensor
- 6' SparkFun USB Cable
- Jumper Wires
- Tri-color LED
- Red, Blue, Yellow, and Green LEDs
- Red, Blue, Yellow, and Green Tactile Buttons
- 10K Trimpot
- Piezo Speaker
- Big 12mm Buttons
- 330 and 10K Resistors
WHO CAN ATTEND?
This class is designed for computing and software enthusiasts. If you've purchased from Little Bird Electronics before, you're almost certainly the right fit. You don't need to know how to program, but it will help. The workshop should equip you with the basics to start building projects based on Arduino.
In addition to your workshop kit you will also need to bring:
- A laptop (with Wi-Fi) running Windows or Mac OS X. (IMPORTANT: You will need admin privileges on this machine!)
- Your laptop's power supply and a power-strip (it's amazing how quickly we go through power points).
- Some money for food or a packed lunch