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Topic “arduino”

FamiLAB Intro to Arduino Class

FamiLAB Intro to Arduino Class

Location

Familab
1355 Bennett Drive Unit 129
Longwood, FL 32750
Mar 11 2012 1:00p - 3:00p

Seats are extremely limited, please sign up in advance via http://orlandoarduino.eventbrite.com.

The Arduino platform is an amazing way to learn more about electronics or to bring your latest idea to life.

Introduction to Arduino

Location

Florida Institute of Technology
150 West University Boulevard Library Room 204
Melbourne, FL 32901
Phone: 3212529581
Community or Meetup: 
Feb 25 2012 3:00p - 5:00p

 

This is the first Brevard Tech meetup where we will hold an introduction to arduino course. Jaycon Systems will be on hand to supply arduino boards and starter kits, but you should bring your laptop and a power cord along with a power strip and extension cord to share.

 

Brevard Tech

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Location

Varies - Florida Institute of Technology for now
150 West University Boulevard Room 204 In the Library Building
Melbourne, FL 32901
Phone: 3212529581

A Brevard group dedicated to exploring and discussing both the hardware and software sides of technology. We will explore opensource software, opensource hardware and everything else.

 

Founding Date: 
5 years 35 weeks ago
Meeting Time: 
Last Saturday of the Month

Location

Varies - Florida Institute of Technology for now
150 West University Boulevard Room 204 In the Library Building
Melbourne, FL 32901
Phone: 3212529581

FamiLAB Intro to Arduino Class

FamiLAB Intro to Arduino Class

Location

Familab
1355 Bennett Drive Unit 129
Longwood, FL 32750
Feb 18 2012 10:00a - 12:00p

Seats are extremely limited, please sign up in advance via http://orlandoarduino.eventbrite.com.

The Arduino platform is an amazing way to learn more about electronics or to bring your latest idea to life.

FamiLAB Intro to Arduino Class

FamiLAB Intro to Arduino Class

Location

Familab
1355 Bennett Drive Unit 129
Longwood, FL 32750
Jan 28 2012 10:00a - 12:00p

Seats are extremely limited, please sign up in advance via http://orlandoarduino.eventbrite.com.

The Arduino platform is an amazing way to learn more about electronics or to bring your latest idea to life.

Brevard Tech Meetups

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I am planning on getting a Brevard Tech Group monthly meetup started with the first meetup planned for early in February.

My idea is to not limit the topics, but to keep it open for discussion and exploration of hardware and software.

Right now, I have one meeting place on New Haven that we can certainly use, but it could be too small depending on the number of people who attend.

There also is the possibility of using FIT's lab as well.

For the first meetup, I am hoping to get the presenter from familab who has been doing the introduction to arduino and the arduino courses if this is possible.

Does anyone have any ideas or want to help?

 

Ben Hosmer

About Me

Name: 
Ben Hosmer
Bio: 
Drupal Web Developer in Brevard and curious hacker.
Skills: 
soldering, podcasting, drupal, arduino
Interests: 
Arduino and opensource hardware. PHP, Drupal.

USB to MIDI Hacking with Arduino

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As seen on Collin's Lab from Make Magazine's blog:

I don't know if Collin just talks like that, or if he's affected, but he does have a cool project.

Light Painting Photo and Video by @kpimmel

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I came across a video made by using long-exposure photographs of blinking lights on a turntable, driven by an Arduino controller. The results are visually stunning. I don't know how long it takes Kim Pimmel to make just a few seconds of video, but if it's anything like normal stop motion - and normal computer graphics - now compounded by trying to get the lights and motors do do what you want them to, I'll say that this is a hobby for the patient man.

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