After School Maker Program for ages 9-13
Each 4-week cycle of the after school program features a different subject of focus. Subjects include:
- 3D Printing Scanning & Design
- Arduino: Coding in Robotics
- Micro Drones 101
- Creative Computing: Raspberry Pi and Scratch.
Weekly Orientation & Safety Classes
New Member Orientation and Safety & Basic Use classes for each zone are held weekly. Please RSVP at least 24 hours in advance.
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The Basics of Programming with LED Pixels: Part 2
March 2, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm | $30.00
Want to learn the basics of programming? This class offers people the opportunity to begin learning the fundamentals of C++ in a fun and sensory-rich way through LED Pixel pattern building via Arduino.
Overall, we will cover variables, functions, operators, basics of working with Arduino and it’s Development Environment (IDE), ‘IF’ statements, ‘FOR’ loops, and other relevant tools for making lights do fun things. For any beginner looking to learn how to program.
•Basic Arduino Setup
•Basic Pixel Library Setup
•C++ variables, functions, operators, logic statements, loops.
•By the end of the course we will have produced basic ‘strandtest’ output for LED pixels.
•The student should understand how to put data into variables [instantiation], write simple functions, understand basic operators.
What to Bring:
• Arduino or compatible microcontroller.
• Laptop with USB cable for programming.
Sam Reinthaler and Jordan Layman have been programming for many years and with the advent of the IFL project, have been heavily involved in LED Pixel programming both for small sculptures and the LED Ceiling installation.