We’re returning for another Genuino day on the 2th of April 2016! To celebrate we are running a series of sessions at Sheffield Hackspace aimed at both new comers who want to take there there first steps in getting started with the Arduinno and more advanced makers who want to build on there existing skills and experiment with building there own boards and using bare AVR chips.
Throughout the day the Hackspace will be open all day from 10:00 to 17:00, we will be jam packed with Arduino based projects for you to cast your eyes over, ask questions about and interact with! There may even be some Raspberry Pi projects lurking about… Come along and have a drink and a chat, whether you’re a newcomer or seasoned pro you’ll be made very welcome!
Session #1 Introduction to Arduino 11:00 – 13:00
This session is great for beginners and people looking to get started and grasp the basics. We will cover an introduction to the Arduino IDE and uploading a sketch, using analogous inputs and libraries.
- Introduction to the Arduino and uploading a simple sketch
- Using an LDR (analog input) to control a Piezo sounder to make annoying noises
- Using libraries with I2C
Pre booking is essential and can be done here on our Eventbrite page.
The Arduino Day in Sheffield will be takeing place at the Sheffield Hackspace, which is located at: Portland works, Unit 2D-2 Randal Street, S2 4SJ, we’re just off Bramall lane next door to Go Outdoors on Hill Street.