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Learning Arduino can enable you to build systems that perform in interactive artwork, biofeedback, home automation or robotics projects. You can learn this by programming these Arduino microcontrollers virtually in Tinkercad. Tinkercad offers simulation software that emulates electricity, electrical components, and Arduinos. Code in block code or official Arduino code right inside the Tinkercad online software. Test programming and building circuits before spending money on physical project builds. 

This workshop will teach you the basics to navigating the software, finding components, connecting wires,and how to program in the Arduino language, a subset of C. This online community also boasts tons of open source circuits and Arduino projects. You never know, you might find a way to build that crazy invention you’ve been thinking about for all those years.





Wednesday, February 16, 2022 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Maker Studio (EL1245)
Presented by:
Audrey Burch & Kerry Harmer

Registration is required. There are 20 seats available.

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