Fun with the Arduino

Date:

Wednesday 31 July and Thursday 1st August
Event over for this year -- but watch out for it in Summer Bytes next year.

Workshop 1: Wed 31st July: 11.00am - 1.00pm: For age 16 and older
Workshop 2: Wed 31st July: 1.30pm - 3.30pm: For young people 16 and under
Workshop 3: Thur 1st Aug: 11.00am - 1.00pm: For young people 16 and under
Workshop 4: Thur 1st Aug: 1.30pm - 3.30pm: For age 16 and older

Title:

Fun with the Arduino: Workshop

Description:

The Arduino lets us add intelligence to everyday objects or create new, never-imagined smart-artifacts. It gives us power by applying small computer programs to respond to people and our environment.

We’ll build several ‘mini-projects’ (including building a DIY LED torch, buzzing and humming cheesy tunes and using light- and touch-responsive sensors) which let you get familiar with electronics and programming in digestible pieces.

This workshop is intended for people who are computer literate, but who have never programmed before.

test This workshop is presented in collaboration with Black Country Atelier, specialising in Digital Making Classes. Visit their website to find out more.

Admission:

Admission to this workshop is £15 per person and this includes free entry to The National Museum of Computing on the day of the workshop.

Booking:

Places for this workshop must be booked in advance of the workshop to guarantee your place. To book click here


If you are coming only to TNMOC, there is no need to pay the Bletchley Park Trust entrance fee (the Bletchley Park Trust is a separate organisation). Please come to the Bletchley Park main gate and indicate to the gate staff that your intention is to visit TNMoC only and you will be directed to the museum in Block H.

Directions to TNMoC can be found by clicking here