Intro to Arduino
Learn the basics of using the Arduino! The Arduino is an inexpensive physical computing platform that is designed to be easy to learn for people without past programming or electronics experience. The workshop starts with setting up the Arduino and a quick Hello, World! program. It continues with a tour of the various input and output options of the Arduino, finishing up with controlling an LED from the host computer. Please remember to bring a laptop that you can install software on and that has at least one USB port. Instructor: Pierce Nichols
Metrix Create:Space is a modern prototyping and fabrication lab focused on digital and distributed manufacturing technologies in Seattle, Washington, USA. With a complement of additive and subtractive machining technologies, its scope runs from electronics to architecture. With its pcb laser structuring and pick and place assembly equipment, Metrix is the most advanced walk in electronics prototyping facility in the United States. The primary goal of Metrix Create:Space is to enable the public at large to hack, make, build and create new and awesome things by providing easy access to tools and rapid prototyping services for the general public. Established in 2009, the retail hackerspace has a community of creative engineers, professionals and enthusiasts who push the limits of the technology available and create prototypes, products and businesses.
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