We will be holding Arduino meetups every 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month starting May 23 at the Norwalk Library. These meetings will consist of a half hour of class/lab on using the Arduino board to learn about programmable electronics. These will be hands on sessions with motors, sensors, blinking led's and much more. After the labs we will devote the remaining time to working on your own personal or group projects. Bring in your current robotics projects and you'll find a community of knowledgeable people who are interested in your work and who will help you with your project.
We will be using the Sparkfun Inventor's Kit for the class. The Norwalk library has ordered ten of these kits. The kits are available at https://www.sparkfun.com/products/11227 if you wish to purchase your own.
FCMG is a non-profit, membership-based community workshop and fabrication studio.
A product of the maker movement, FCMG’s mission is to establish a vibrant community of makers, inventors, tinkerers, hobbyists, and artists and a culture of learning and sharing with one another. By providing access to tools, knowledge, and community, FCMG hopes to establish a space that fosters innovation and creation.