Arduinos are small open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. They are used extensively by makers all around the globe to control everything from christmas light sequences through to advanced home-made robotics.
Continuing in the electronics theme, the next biomakers meetup will provide a beginners introduction and chance to explore projects based on Arduinos. We will start with a quick introduction to Arduinos, where you will learn to make an easy (and noisy!) circuit to create a pseudotheramin. There will be a chance to look at some other examples of things that can be made with arduinos, and there will be time working in multi-disciplinary teams to come up with ideas, plans and designs of Biomaker projects that involve the use of arduinos.
NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
All equipment will be provided.
This session aims to offer something for everyone, whether you are an expert in electrical engineering and programming with Arduinos, or have never even heard of them before.