Be able to work with a microcontroller. Arduino is a company that provides open source hardware and software for their microcontroller boards. We will be using the UNO R3 Controller Board.
In this workshop, no soldering experience is needed as solderless breadboards will be used. Be able to mess around with different sensors – such as an ultrasonic sensor, water level sensor, flame sensor, and sound sensor. Also various modules like a joystick, LCD, 4*4 matrix keyboard, clock, and more. Connect these all with resistors and jump wires.
Lunch will be provided.