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Discover Electronics!

Harness the power of the electron! In this program we will explore digital circuits. Sure, making an LED blink on and off is fun, but the goal here is to delve into some unique uses of the Arduino microcontroller, some musical, some visual. This is a great opportunity to break the ice with electronics and to discover the fun in tinkering and experimenting. Some very basic computer coding is involved but no coding experience is necessary. Check out Massimo Banzi's excellent TED talk to get an idea of what the Arduino can do.

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  • Jess

    It could but it is a little sophisticated. Like all the alt+library events, this event is designed with adults in mind. Thanks for asking!

    May 6, 2014

  • Holly

    would this appeal to children?

    May 6, 2014

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