Glow your own 2021: coding workshop 1 (3 March 2021)
Glow Your Own first helped create computer-coded LED lanterns over six sessions in October and November 2020. The team have got back together to reconnect their Arduinos and develop new projects with people of all ages.
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PDF Summary of the Glow Your Own coding so far
This first revival workshop revisited a simple circuit, looked at electronic components and made progress with our first interactive device
Session 1.2a: the team have got back together to reconnect their Arduinos and develop new projects with people of all ages. Dust off your Arduino, open Tinkercad and get coding again! In this first monthly GYO ‘revival’ workshop, we revisited a simple circuit, looked at some of the electronic components, thought about ideas for new projects and made progress with our first interactive device.
To take part in these activities, you’ll need a laptop and an Arduino starter kit, with our recommendation below:ELEGOO UNO Project Basic Starter Kit with UNO R3 Board
Contact the IF Oxford team if you would like to be involved in future Glow Your Own projectsContact IF Oxford
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