9HB624E Electronics for Teen Inventors
Learn to tinker and bring your inventions to life! Using Arduino platform, you'll get an intro into prototyping, designing circuits and programming electronics to shine lights, read sensors, make sounds, move motors and respond to switches.
This course is part of the Community Ed Summer Teen Program and requires a special registration process. Visit the Summer Teen Program website for registration instructions: www.pcc.edu/community/teens
This class puts you on the path to start inventing creations through affordable electronic microcontrollers, hackable off-the-shelf products, and "stuff" from China. It provides hands-on entry into programming and piecing together "stuff" for physical computing useful to artists, electronic hobbyists, entry engineering students, technical engineering professionals, energy engineering technicians and hobbyists. This is an intro to Arduino, shields, soldering, breadboards and simple programming. Arduino an easy, open-source combination of hardware and software that's free and programmable from any type of computer. It makes it easy to use C/C++ for microcontrollers. You'll leave with an Arduino UNO and an Attiny85 microcontroller you have soldered and programmed to control an LED light strip and respond to button commands.
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|CRN||Campus / Bldg / Rm||Time||Days||Dates|
|33820||SE Campus / SCOM / 324||09:00 AM-12:50 PM||Sa||19-Jul-2014 thru 26-Jul-2014|
Instructor: Thomas C Hudson
Notes: Supply list: www.pcc.edu/staff/thomas.hudson16
Tuition: $65.00 Fees: $30.00