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Introduction to programming Arduino + Color Touchscreen!

  • Feb 4, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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You got peanut butter in my chocolate! What?!

...but in this case swap out the chocolate and peanut butter for an Arduino platform and a Color Touchscreen LCD

Randy over at the OC-Arduino group has invited us to a most excellent class for learning how to program an Arduino system that has a built in 320x240 color touchscreen. This is a great way to add an interface to a project or idea quickly since they are both integrated in one easy platform, the arLCD.

This intermediate type class assumes you have some working knowledge of the Arduino and how to program it. Bring a laptop with the IDE to get some hands on experience. We cannot be responsible for any incompatible hardware, nut allergies, or sticky keyboards.

• 6:30PM Snacks and networking (which may or may not contain peanut butter and/or chocolate)

• 7:00PM A Hands on Introduction to arLCD for Arduino Users

Hope to see you there!

 ..::Arman & Anil

ps. I know Randy hands out things (such as candy) sometimes but I am pretty sure that was *not* him in the commercial.

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  • Donna

    It seems I have to stay late at work tonight:-(

    February 4, 2014

  • Anil Pattni (.

    For everyone attending this class, please remember to download v1.0.5 of the arduino software before the class using this link:

    February 4, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm on a diet and have no self control so chocolate is out but chips pizza and nuts for sure.
    If you bring your laptop and setup an account on (Arduino in the cloud!!) you'll be ready to plug and play arLCD. Check this arLCD blog out:

    February 1, 2014

  • Arman B.

    BTW, as mentioned above this is an intermediate class.. if you want to brush up on your Arduino skills drop an email to [masked]. His invaluable instruction will get you up to speed in no time!

    January 29, 2014

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