About this Course
The advanced course following Arduino Playground I. In this course, students will build upon the fundamentals taught in Arduino Playground I, establishing a foundation of knowledge with enough breadth and depth that active students will be able to take on their own mechatronics independently by the end of this course. Throughout this course, students will build and test a series of small and large mechatronics projects designed around the Arduino microcontroller and other components from the provided kit of parts including LCD screens and stepper motors. Projects include a magic-8-ball and a joystick-controlled marble labyrinth.
How it Works
This ten-session course is broken up into four projects, including one large multi-week project in which students build a joystick-controlled Marble Labyrinth. Students will learn about more advanced programming concepts while using larger, more involved components from the kit of parts.
This is the intermediate level Arduino Playground course designed for students who have completed Arduino Playground I. As such, students can expect to spend some time working on projects independently outside of class time as the course progresses.
- Session Length: twice a week/ 5 weeks
- Technology Access: our virtual programs require a desktop computer/ laptop with access to an internet connection. All software and tools needed will be provided to students
Pickup & Delivery Options
- FREE CANADA-WIDE SHIPPING
- Option available to households
- PICK UP AT RICHMOND HILL MAKERSPACE
- Receive $10 OFF for pick up
- Address: 561 Edward Ave Unit 1 Richmond Hill, ON L4C 9W6
|Feb 8 – Mar 11||Monday & Wednesday||7:00 – 8:00 pm|
Arduino Playground II builds off of the fundamentals of Arduino Playground I, giving students a foundation off of which they are able to approach and take on their own mechatronics projects independently. Tools and skills that will be used include programming, circuits, electronics, and mathematics.
$299 plus tax (material cost included)