Session:Hack in The Class: Arduino for kids

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Description Subtitle: Arduino for kids, how to start playing with electronics Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested n creating interactive objects or environments. So also for kids! \o/ This workshop will give you an impression what Arduino is, what the hardware platform and extensions does, how you can work with the hardware and interface. Finally we will help all kidsstep by step how we made one (may-be more) of our projects like Blinky (our LED board), the Garduino (for Garden automation) or our Hackerspace automation system.

You can just drop by, max 15 kids (due to amount of hardware). Session will be at the HITR2NDB and not in the family village. Although we will be there to guide a group :-)

Age: if you can read a bit English it’s probably fine, or bring your mom/dad/friend who can :-)

Needed: A laptop would be nice with root or possible root exploits ;-)

Website(s) http://stichtinghitc.nl
Type Hands-On
Kids session Yes
Keyword(s) hardware, software
Tags Arduino, kids, hack in the class, diy
Processing village Village:hitr2ndb
Person organizing User:Fish, User:Nemo
Language de - German, en - English, nl - Dutch
de - German, en - English, nl - Dutch
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Subtitle HITC: Arduino for kids
Starts at 2017/08/04 15:05
Ends at 2017/08/04 17:05
Duration 120 minutes
Location Village:hitr2ndb
Subtitle HITC: Arduino for kids
Starts at 2017/08/06 13:00
Ends at 2017/08/06 15:00
Duration 120 minutes
Location Village:hitr2ndb

Arduino for kids, how to start playing with electronics Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested n creating interactive objects or environments. So also for kids! \o/ This workshop will give you an impression what Arduino is, what the hardware platform and extensions does, how you can work with the hardware and interface. Finally we will help all kidsstep by step how we made one (may-be more) of our projects like Blinky (our LED board), the Garduino (for Garden automation) or our Hackerspace automation system. Age: if you can read a bit English it’s probably fine, or bring your mom/dad/friend who can :-)

Needed: A laptop would be nice with root

Session will be at the HITR2NDB and not in the family village. Although we will be there to guide a group :-)