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Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. It is used by children, hobbyists, artists, and programmers around the world to rapidly prototype a technology idea, be it a delivery robot, a weather station, or a light exhibit at Vivid Sydney.
In this workshop, you’ll learn all about Arduino boards and its ability to read from input sensors like a button, a temperature sensor or a Twitter message. You’ll create a circuit that connects these sensors with an LED light or motor, then use programming logic to activate them. Don’t just be a user, be a maker!
About the trainer:
Jared Wong was the subject coordinator for Technology Lab 1: Imagine and Create, a first-year course offered by the UTS Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation in 2019. He graduated with a PhD and BEng (Honours I) degree in Mechatronics from the University of New South Wales. He currently works as a Data Analyst at social technology company, Digivizer.
This is a FREE workshop for UTS students.
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