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Make a Color Sensor (2nd Track)

The class:  Learn to make a color sensor using basic electronic components and program your Arduino to control and read you own sensor. It should be capable of sensing different colors and report it on a RGB LED.  Additional features can be discussed if time permits.

The class is split into two sessions.  The first one is building the sensor and the 2nd one will be to interact and program the sensor.  In this particular class, you will be learn the basic of color sensing and soldering the actual sensor. In the next session of the class, we will learn to code the software that operates the sensor.

The Fee:  The fee includes all materials and components you will receive for the class.

Ages:  8-16

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  • Amy R.

    Yes! Yes! Thank you Stephane for this incredible gift you are giving. Excellent hands-on project. Proud of my young maker and excited about the Electronics Lab opportunity.

    1 · September 21, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    We are in state on Saturday, so we want to join in. Remember that is my husband and me and three boys. I'll probably take the youngest for a walk. So, primarily my husband and two boys. And one kit. Yay!

    September 15, 2013

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