Make:SF April 6th @ Tech Liminal

Hello all makers, As always come demo your projects for us. We had some really cool stuff last week and we can not wait to see what you have done this week! After that we have created an all new mini-project just for you. It is the Temperature Clock. This project uses both Arduino and Processing to create a clock that displays the temperature instead of the time. It is a great way to introduce yourself to both Ardunio and Processing and also how to integrate sensors into a project. Come try it out and then create your own cool visualization. For this project you will need to ) Download Arduino and Processing and install both programs on your computer. ) Bring your computer ) Bring your Arduino Board if you have one (we will have a few extra if for those who need it). ) Bring an A/B (flat to sqaure) USB cable (again we will have a few extra) This fun-for-all-ages event starts at 7:30pm. Children under 14 need to be accompanied by an adult. New to Make:SF? Here is what you can do: - New to making? Come and explore with a fun mini-project. - Have an idea? Come and we will help you get started making it. - Making something? Come and demo it. Get feedback and network with the Makers. - Come to see the speakers we bring in talk about their projects, tools you can use, etc.

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  • Make:SF F.

    A good size for a workshop of this complexity. As more people install Arduino and Processing things will be easier and smoother.

    April 8, 2010

  • Make:SF F.

    Please be sure to RSVP!!! It's important that we know how many people need to borrow Arduinos.

    Thanks!
    -Andrew

    March 23, 2010

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