Home School Hacklab
April 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th | 12pm – 2pm
This month we’re going to continue to focus on how electronics work by creating projects using Arduino. Arduino is a microprocessor that essentially allows us to attach a “brain” to our components. This gives us the opportunity to use sensors (or switches) to control motors (lights, etc) without having to physically touch the circuit. Arduino is an inexpensive way to start experimenting with computer controlled electronics (and a bit of programming). This class will cover some basic projects, however students can continue to use the Arduino in the future to create projects (adding another tool to their inventory of skills).
$50 / 4 week session