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Arduino camp recap

April 18, 2014

Christian Genco, SMU graduate student, taught our first ever Arduino Camp. Middle school students had the opportunity to build and program a working Arduino microcontroller. They experimented with resistors, motors, transistors, capacitors, breadboards, LEDs. By the end of the camp, the students created musical instruments, light shows, spy gear. You can also check out our twitter feed for live tweets at the event.

Mr. Genco will also be teaching our Web Design MOSAIC class this summer. Click the MOSAIC tab to learn more.

 

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