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Wednesdays in February at 7 p.m.
Course begins on Wednesday, February 4th and ends on Wednesday, February 25th
Join us for an introductory course that will give you hands-on experience with a tiny yet powerful microcontroller. The Arduino microcontroller allows you to build projects that sense real world properties such as temperature, illumination, and magnetism - light up a light with different colors, make some sound , turn on a motor, or operate another electronic device.
This course will consist of hands-on labs where you will build and program your own circuits. No previous programming or electronics experience necessary. The material we will cover has applications for both inventors and artists. An Arduino kit will be provided for use during the class, however students are required to bring a laptop with the Arduino software installed. Download the software here.
Course is limited to Darien residents, those who work in Darien full-time, and Friends who have donated at the $300 level or higher.
Additional parking for evening and weekend Library programs on Thorndal Circle (behind Nielsen's).