[opensource] Arduino brick and sensor workshop this Sunday, 3/28 from 1-3pm

Alison Colman speciarchy at columbus.rr.com
Tue Mar 23 16:29:24 EDT 2010

Hello everyone,

There will be an arduino brick and sensor workshop this Sunday, 3/28  
from 1-3. It is being co-hosted by The Fuse Factory and Lifelong  
Labs/ArduinoFun.com. Here is the information for interested folks:

Location: Lifelong Labs (6100 Channingway Blvd. Suite 708-P, Columbus,  
OH 43232 – phone: 614-868-LABS)
Time: 1:00pm – 3:00pm (participants may stay longer if they wish)
Workshop level: Beginner
Instructor: Shawn Auguston
Cost: $105 if you need an arduino ($25 for instruction, $50 for brick  
kit, $30 for arduino), $75 if you already have an arduino ($25 for  
instruction, $50 for brick kit) – children under 18 are FREE – two max,  

Using this electronic brick starter kit, you can connect Arduino  
compatible boards easily with various digital, analog and I2C/Uart  
interfaces. These breadboard-less firm connections are ready to plug  
into extension modules like potentiometers, sensors, relays,  
servos…even buttons, just plug and play. You can start building  
projects even if you don’t know how to solder, making it a good choice  
for beginners. Please Note: Arduino not included. Bring your own or  
purchase one at the class.

For more info and to register, please visit:  

Thank you!

All good,

Alison Colman, Founder and Executive Director
The Fuse Factory Electronic and Digital Arts Lab

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