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Saturday, May 13 • 3:00pm - 4:30pm
An Arduino 101 Workshop

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Have guidance getting started with electronics using Arduino, a platform for making interactive electronics projects. With literacy of Arduino, it enables one to use sensors, motors, LED's and a range of devices to create. We will be giving a hands-on introduction where you will be able to power-on for the first time your own electronics projects. In this 2-hr workshop divided into two parts, we will talk about the considerations involved in creating an electronics project, how basic prototyping can be done with Arduino, how one can create a case for the device through digital fabrication, and advice for more advanced projects. In the last hour, we will use the remaining time to introduce 3D modeling with TinkerCAD to make a case and give context to our electronics in the form of a product. Please be sure to bring a laptop with you, preferably running Windows (or Mac OS). You can take the electronics kit that you worked on in class for $20. Get a head start and see our powerpoint presentation and download the Arduino Software Development Kit (SDK) here prior to the event: http://www.meetup.com/City-Tech-Meetup/files/

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LILY SU

3D Modeler, Lily's 3D Services and Products
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Farrukh Zia

Professor, NYC College of Technology - CUNY
Professor Farrukh Zia earned his Master’s and PhD degrees in Computer Engineering from Syracuse University in 1988 and 1996, respectively. Before he joined the CET/EMT department of New York City College of Technology in 2002, he worked for Lucent Technologies in New Jersey as a member of the technical staff. Professor... Read More →

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City Tech Meetup

City Tech Meetup hosts a series of events to introduce electronics and computer software to anyone who is willing to learn. We try to keep our programming free and are open to everyone of all levels.



Saturday May 13, 2017 3:00pm - 4:30pm
CTW Arts Hub at the Knockdown Center 52-19 Flushing Avenue. Maspeth, NY 11378

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