Glow your own: coding workshop (2 of 6)
Workshop | Computing, Hobbies & Craft, Science, The Arts
Get ready for the Oxford Christmas Light Festival by making and coding your very own beautiful lantern. In this series of workshops, you’ll make a circuit with multi-coloured lights and learn how to control those lights using computer code. Create a wearable design, a paper lantern or illuminate your bike or home to bring together art and engineering.
Six sessions, with equipment available by post: to take part in this series of events, you’ll need a laptop and an Arduino starter kit, with our recommendations below (both items required.)Summary of the Glow Your Own coding Arduino so far
Workshop 2 helps you connect LEDs, resistors and wires to the Arduino, and make a real light to flash.
Six sessions, with equipment available by post: to take part in this series of events, you’ll need a laptop and an Arduino starter kit, with our recommendations below (both items required.)ELEGOO Electronic Fun Kit Breadboard Cable Resistor Capacitor LED Potentiometer for Electronic Learning Kit, compatible with Arduino UNO R3 ELEGOO UNO R3 Board ATMEGA16U2 with USB Cable Compatible with Arduino Projects
Contact the IF Oxford team if you would like to be involved in future Glow Your Own projectsContact IF Oxford
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