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More IO with Arduino
Saturday, January 14, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EST)
THIS CLASS IS SOLD OUT. TO BE WAITLISTED OR TO EXPRESS INTEREST FOR A FUTURE DATE OF THIS CLASS, PLEASE EMAIL US AT firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you find yourself wanting to use an arduino for a project, but you don't have enough IO lines? Have you spent $70 for an Arduino MEGA just to get more IO? Have you seen a cool new sensor, but it requires i2c and you haven't used it before? If so, this class is for you!
This hands-on class will cover the following areas:
1) Adding additional outputs to the arduino
2) Adding additional inputs to the arduino
3) Basic i2c operation, and communicating with multiple i2c devices
Members - FREE ($20 Materials Fee) = $20 total
Non-Members - $20 (+ $20 Materials Fee) = $40 total
(Lunch is not included, bring a few $$ and we will order some pizza, etc)
Hardware included in materials fee:
TBD, but will include an assortment of shift registers, i2c devices, and some other fun parts to let us spend time BUILDING instead of just looking at slides.
Please Note: A personal laptop will be required to participate. You should already be familar with Arduino, know how to load and change a sketch, blink LEDs, modify code, etc.
Required hardware: Arduino or Arduino-compatible board, USB cable, solderless breadboard, jumper wires. If your Arduino board is not-usb powered, please bring a small power supply and your FTDI (etc) programmer.
QUESTIONS: EMAIL US - email@example.com
NOTE: THIS CLASS IS AT THE NEW FAMILAB LOCATION - NOT CLOUDSPACE!!!
NOTE: This class is for adults only. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a minor that is already using arduino and interested in this class.
When & Where
FamiLAB is Orlando's Community Lab aka Hackerspace aka Makerspace. Following the philosophies of the worldwide hackerspace movement, FamiLAB’s mission is to promote the sharing of knowledge through the creation of safe and fun spaces to learn. These physical and virtual spaces contain the tools, materials, and expertise that rapidly accelerate learning.