Learning the basics of electronics is easier than you may think. Come join us for a 3-hour workshop where you will learn how to build basic circuits, code simple programs, and experiment with conductive paint.
This class is a project-based class. In the first part of the workshop, you will learn what a microcontroller and its uses are. You will have the chance to work around buttons, sliders, and learn how to control RGB LEDs by changing their colors.
In the second part, we will dig into the creative aspect by experimenting with conductive paint. We will also demonstrate on how to make a wireless connection in the most presentable way.
The purpose of this workshop is to let your creative mind flow and innovate new technology. No experience in electronics and/or programming is needed.
Students will be provided with Basic Electronic Kit for the class with an option to buy it.
This workshop is taught by Darya Dubouskaya, a creative technologist, and manager of the Learning Center at the Brooklyn Research, and Dimple Mirpuri, an artist, and a media technologist freelancer.
Where is Brooklyn Research located?
We are on the 6th floor of the old Pfizer Building, at 630 Flushing Avenue, but the main entrance is at 28 Tompkins Avenue. The building is easily accessible from the G train (Flushing Ave station) and from the J/M trains (Flushing Ave station)
What can I bring?
Laptop and charger.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
What’s the refund policy?
Purchases are 100% refundable up until 7 days before the event. If you decide you cannot go after the refund deadline, you can transfer your ticket to someone else but you must let us know by email at email@example.com