If you are looking to start on your own internet connected projects, this is the course for you. It is aimed at those with a working knowledge of Arduino who are looking for new ideas and know-how to take their skills in the world of internet linked Arduino further. Want to make a Weasley family clock to keep an eye on what everyone’s up to? Inspired by neat projects like the Twitter Drummer? You’ll find out about all the techniques you’d need and more at this course.
Since 1995, Adrian has been working in connecting devices to the internet, from cash registers to bubble machines. He currently shares his expertise working on diverse projects at companies such as Motorola to Good Night Lamp. Of late he’s even been published and his book, ‘Designing the Internet of Things‘ is available at all good bookstores. You can keep up to date with his work by following his blog.
The course costs £135 which includes an Ethernet Shield, wires and various other bits and a delicious lunch. You’ll also be able to purchase an Ardunio Uno on the day at MadLab if you haven’t got an one of your own. A word for the wise – you will need to be familiar with Arduinos before attending this course as it will not go over the basics (but fear not, there is always the Beginners’ Guide to Arduino and Physical Computing that will be taking place on the 27th April).
We hope to see you there and look forward to admiring the your amazing feats of internet connected engineering wizardry!
You can book a place on the course here.