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Description This workshop is easy enough for total little newbies (year 8-88) to learn all you need to know to get going on an Arduino.
Website(s) https://fabschoolino.waag.org
Type Workshop
Kids session Yes
Keyword(s) hardware
Tags Arduino, soldering, Kids
Processing village Village:Tsja...
Person organizing
Language de - German, en - English, nl - Dutch
de - German, en - English, nl - Dutch
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Subtitle Soldering Fabscholino workshop
Starts at 2017/08/04
Ends at 2017/08/04 01:30
Duration 90 minutes
Location Village:Tsja...
Subtitle Soldering Fabscholino workshop
Starts at 2017/08/04
Ends at 2017/08/04 01:30
Duration 90 minutes
Location Village:Tsja...
Subtitle Soldering Fabscholino workshop
Starts at 2017/08/04
Ends at 2017/08/04 01:30
Duration 90 minutes
Location Village:Tsja...
Subtitle Soldering Fabscholino workshop
Starts at 2017/08/04
Ends at 2017/08/04 01:30
Duration 90 minutes
Location Village:Hardware Hacking Area

- Intro to Arduino

- Very short lesson to learn everything you need to know about electronics!

- Then we will each make our own Arduino clone from a kit made by Waag Society: The Fabschoolino.

Now that we each have our own Arduino, we will set up the free and open-source software on our laptops (if you bring one) — Windows, MacOS, or Linux are all fine!

And then it’s time to make something and learn how easy it is to use Arduino! I’ll (very easily!) show you how to read schematic diagrams, and you’ll put together your first cirquit using your Fabschoolino. We will use a solderless breadboard. These are really useful, and provide a fast, and very easy way to put circuits together without needing to solder.

The kit contains enough to get you started. Fabschoolo's are sold at the Tsja... village. You need a kit to join the workshop.

Instructables are on http://fabschoolino.waag.org/