The Hive is sponsoring an Arduino microcontroller workshop from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, May 16 and Friday, May 17.
The Hive is at 134 State Road 4 in White Rock (just east of the Metzgers gas station.)
Arduinos are very inexpensive (under $35), easy to configure, and provide a way to interface to common items such as lights, sprinklers, alarm systems, etc. In this first in a series of workshops, the basic concepts will be presented and the basics of programming them will be addressed in a hands-on environment.
Experienced Hive members will lead this workshop and will assist participants with actual Arduino hardware and software. Participants may bring their own hardware or use provided hardware for this workshop.
This Arduino workshop is free and open to all. No prior experience is required. Learn about a relatively new technology that is dramatically changing the way we can control items around us.
Participation will be on a first-come first-served basis and will be limited to approximately 16 for this first session. Repeat sessions will be scheduled if needed. Follow-on workshops will be scheduled to address actual control applications and advanced concepts.