Arduino workshops – learn how to code in the Morson Maker Space
Jul 03, 2018
The Morson Maker Space is running a series of introductory Arduino Workshops. Just the job if you’ve always wanted to get up and running with this incredibly popular electronics development board.
The Arduino environment makes it easy for anyone to get involved with coding for small devices. Perhaps you want to make something move on command, or add some interactivity to a model or exhibition piece?
In these 60 minute intro sessions at Alumni House, you will learn how to program an Arduino microcontroller development board, learn some basic electronics, control some LED lights and get well on the way to being a dab hand at “Making”.
Prior experience is not necessary; all you need is a working University of Salford computer login.
Students and colleagues (both academic and professional support) are encouraged to come along, but spaces are limited. Please sign up on EventBrite - https://bit.ly/mms-arduino01
Follow the Morson Maker Space on twitter at @makeinsalford