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Learn to Control Things with the Arduino Microcontroller

The Arduino has brought an explosion of creativity, enabling people everywhere to manipulate things electronically in all sorts of fun ways. In this workshop we will learn the basics, gaining a general understanding of how to use it. Included in the introduction, you will make a device that lights up when you bring something near it. The workshop is free for anyone who wants to learn, and if you want to take your project home, it's $10. Open to any and all, of all ages.

This is what you'll create
as a part of the introduction:










Other examples of Arduino Projects


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  • Jonathan K.

    I suppose I'll need to compile OpenJDK for this.

    February 8, 2013

  • Kevin Patrick C.

    The Milwaukee Makerspace is starting the planning for some Arduino classes. Would you be willing to share any course material and or notes with us?

    February 4, 2013

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