Arduino and Processing Workshop

start: Sep 26, 2014 10:00AM
End: Sep 28, 2014 05:00PM

Venue: Mirror Technologies, No.73, South sivan koil street, Opp to KMG kalyana Mandapam, Vadapalani, Chennai – 600 026.


What is Arduino?
Arduino, an Italian name meaning “strong friend”, is a popular “open-source electronics prototyping platform based around a micro-controller. It accepts inputs, such as signals from sensors (light, temperature, moisture, etc.) or data from the Internet or wireless devices, and sends output signals to devices, such as LED, motors, speakers, MIDI sequencers, computers, and so on.”

In simpler terms: It is a ready-to-use creative platform, designed to provide interactivity between humans, smartphones, PCs, sensors and the physical world. It is especially a boon for creative people who don’t have a technical background and want to translate their wildest techno-ideas to reality in a snap.

What Arduino can do?
Arduino,is made to be hooked up to sensors which feed it physical information. These can be as simple as pressing a button, or as complex as using ultrasound to detect distance, or in the above example, monitoring the current flowing between two nails in soil: when the soil gets dry, the current drops and the Arduino carries out instructions: In this case it talks to a Zigbee internet-connected radio and posts a Twitter message, but you could just as easily have it talk to a robot which would water the plant for you.

Who can Attend?
The workshop is especially meant for those who are enthusiastic to get started with creative projects in new technology and people those who do not have prior experience in electronics, interfacing and all hack talk. This Workshop help you to have a general understanding of instructional programming languages, but this shouldn’t be a problem for starts as you will pick it up as we go along. Besides, we are super-friendly and will assist participants to demystify code.

Content of Workshop
1. Simple electronic Circuits and Arduino
2. Sensors and Arduino
3. Actuators and Arduino
4. Device Communication with Arduino
5. Line, Shapes, Graphics and Processing
6. Events and Processing
7. GUI Window and Processing
8. Images and Processing
9. Serial communication with Processing
10. Arduino+Processing+ Designing a Game.
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We have only limited seats in this workshop.

The workshop will last 6 hours, over a lunch break.(3 days)

All software materials will be provided, and it would be great if you could get your laptop.


To register Contact
Contact No : 9382948474,044-42048874
Address : No.73, South sivan koil street,
Opp to KMG kalyana Mandapam,
Vadapalani, Chennai – 600 026.

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