We already organised five 8-week courses, given by Arthur Rep, a local expert. They proved so popular we bring it back on popular demand. See for details below.
A new Arduino course (Winter / Spring 2023):
What do we do?
We are going to make things using microcontrollers (Arduino). We learn a little bit of electronics and just enough programming language to get started. We assume that you get a lot of ideas about things you can do for your work, your studies or for daily use.
We use a popular microcontroller: the Arduino Nano. It is cheap and has many possibilities. You can connect almost anything. In this course you will receive a box with items you can use at home, such as a light sensor, temperature sensor, LCD screen, LEDs, speaker, clock module, relay, switch, SD card reader. The programming language we use is called C/C ++. We only deal with the most important concepts and commands. You will write your own programs and we use handy libraries to ensure that you do not have to write everything yourself.
When and where?
The course consists of 8 Tuesday evenings from 20:00-22:00 h, on February 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th, and March 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th. The course takes place in the FabLab.
What do you have to take with you and what does it cost?
The costs for the eight evenings are €120 for FabLab subscribers and €180 for non-subscribers, including materials. You have to bring a laptop yourself (preferably Windows). The minimum number of participants is four and the maximum number is eight. To help and stimulate each other, we work in pairs. In order to really benefit from this course, you will also have to work on assignments at home (at least four hours per week).
Send an e-mail with your name and details to email@example.com and transfer the course fee to NL60 TRIO 0254 7015 58 of Stichting FabLab Wageningen, stating ‘Beginner’s course Arduino’ and your name