December 12, 2013 · 7:00 PM
MicroFlo is an open source programming environment for Arduino where you can develop applications visually, by hooking together components on a canvas to form a graph. You can read sensors, control motors, sound and light - anything that a microcontroller can do.
The project is still in its early stages, and the goal of the workshop is to introduce it to users and potential contributors.
* Introduction: Goals and background for the MicroFlo project
* Setting up the environment
* Making your first Arduino programs with MicroFlo
* Adding new components and hacking MicroFlo itself
Attendees should bring a laptop (Mac/Win/Linux OK), and an Arduino. Alternatively you can buy an Arduino at Bitraf. Some experience with Arduino is preferred, but not strictly necessary.
If everyone attending speaks Norwegian, the workshop will be held in Norwegian - otherwise English.