Omniversity always aims to keep up with what is new and relevant and offers a beginners and an advanced course on Arduino in March.
‘Physical Computing’ and Arduino devices have made physical interaction affordable and available to non-experts. Whether creating interactive installations, information systems, prototyping products, or making new interfaces, there is a whole world of DIY electronics, interaction design and rapid prototyping available through this platform.
On the Beginners Guide to Arduino and Physical Computing you will get you grips with the basics. Starting off by making an LED blink (then two or three…) you’ll finish the day with a mini theramin.
If this is all kids play for you, we have an advanced course run by the forerunner of Internet of Things, Adrian McEwan. Building the Internet of Things – Arduino and Ethernet (IOT)03 will allow you to connect objects to the world wide web. Some nice examples exploring the Internet of Things include the Twitter Drum made by MadLab’s very own Paul Plowman , a clock that checks your loved ones:
Here is a really sweet project made by ULAB:
If that got you interested then check here for more information and booking.