Make Your Own Arduino!

  • December 5, 2012 · 7:00 PM
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All Welcome to Participate!

Join us this Sunday - make your OWN Arduino!
We got the parts and the Pizza!

Learn about the circuit that runs ATmega328p ICs by bread boarding the guts of an Arduino.

There are enough materials for 20 participants, and it is a free event. We encourage attendance regardless of materials, because these are great skills to learn for high production prototyping. This is an introduction to circuit design for ATmega328p based prototypes.

Led by Joel Murphy, The Electronic Society, and DorkShop.


 

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  • Doo A.

    Thanks,
    Looking forward to it....

    1 · December 6, 2012

  • aisen caro c.

    it's true. We had some issues with re-scheduling. so sorry guys! We will resume this event next Feb. :(

    2 · December 6, 2012

  • Doo A.

    I went but some " idiot " pardon my french told me it was cancelled again. Is this true?

    December 6, 2012

    • Jacob F.

      There was an email sent out. It had to be delayed again due to some scheduling issues.

      December 6, 2012

  • Doo A.

    Did they cancelled the arguing meetip Wednesday ? I was told?

    December 6, 2012

  • Zack F.

    Is there a parts or attendance fee? This event is free, but it looks like there's at least an ATmega involved.

    Unfortunately I can't make it d/t a hackathon planning meeting, but just want to clarify for other potential attendees.

    November 27, 2012

    • aisen caro c.

      Hello Zach, there are enough materials for 20 participants, and it is a free event. We encourage attendance regardless of materials, because nonetheless these are great skills to learn when prototyping many projects. This is an introduction to circuit design for ATmega328p based prototypes.

      November 27, 2012

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