Exactly where or what room in the library to be announced.
Please bring a project to share and talk about for a few minutes. Just starting? This is a perfect opportunity to build your knowledge base, get inspired and meet up with other Arduinites.
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Excellent event under the masterful guidance of John Snyder.
0 · August 21
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0 · August 20
Arduino basics class info.
We will be offering a FREE basics class at the library on the 4th floor from 2-4pm Sunday september 14th.
We will cover inputs, outputs writing a little code to make them talk and do cool stuff. (analog and digital)
Once that is complete we will demo some projects that you can aspire to with a little practice.
Targeted for the novice. Parents are encouraged to work as a group with there child.
The library will be providing 15 kits for use in the class with computer, buttons switches, LEDs, breadboards, cables etc. If you have your own kit even better, bring it with either your laptop of use a library computer. we are opening an additional 10+ slots for for those that bring there own board, or for those who just want to observe. Sign up for the 'General Instructions Only' slot if you have your own kit.
Sorry we can't make it due to a last minute glitch - hope to be there next month tho
1 · August 19
What type of display is available for sharing code and projects? DVI, HDMI, analog video?...Just want to make sure I got the right kinda connectors/adapters/widgets/gadgets and the like... :) Thanks
0 · August 7
Hi Paul,This is not the room where we will usually meet up. I do know it has a large tv/monitor which I could safely say has HDMI input. I will ask Uyen to be sure and get back to you.
Thanks...I made an inquiry of the library and they are equipped to handle HDMI sources on their display...good to go!
Citizens of Arduinopolis.
Double check your calendars for August 20th!
Here is an update on the next and future meetups at the library. Thanks to Uyen, maker and Arduino enthusiast, for arranging for a space for us!
The room for the first meetup will be in the Mary Hollis Clark Room. It's the meeting room on the first floor of the library next to the Library Shop/elevator to the library's parking lot. It comes with a large screen TV for presentation. There's tables and chairs in the room as well.
Please bring projects to share, this month you will need your own computer though. Any project, big or small would be perfect for sharing with the group. Beginners are welcome!
After the August meetup, we can start meeting in the computer classroom on the 4th floor so we can have computers for classes/projects.
Look forward to seeing you all there.
2 · August 6
I just want to thank Uyen Tran from SD Library for making the location and accommodations for our next meetup possible.
Also, beginners welcome. Maybe down the road... we can have a beginners pre-meet, 30 minutes or so, where more experienced Arduino enthusiasts are available to answer questions and help with projects.
1 · July 27
John Snyder changed the time from 7:00 PM to 6:30 PM
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