Brooklyn Research is hosting office hours focusing on microcontrollers and electronics. People are invited to come by and share what they have been working on, engage with fellow attendees, and sit down with our instructors to help work on their projects. Each attendee will have a one on one with our instructors to help them through any questions they might have in their projects, or guide them on how best to build out their ideas. Our instructors enjoy a diverse background in the electrical engineering, embedded programming, audio synthesis, and artistic development.
Maybe your LED sculpture isn’t lighting up correctly? Or maybe you need some help selecting motors for your talking robot? Or maybe you’ve always wanted to dive into working with programming and electronics, but daunted by where to begin? Then this independent study is for you. All skill levels welcome, but space is limited.
Ezer Longinus has a background in music and audio production. He holds degrees in technology and music from Bard College and New York University. Post college he was primarily working at recording studios and helping to produce various musicians and soundtracks. During that period he also helped form the bands Apse and Datus, releasing a number of albums and eps through those two outfits, and extensively toured the US and Europe. Postgrad school he has been primarily developing his electronic and engineering skills to assist with artists and entrepreneurs in developing new methods of interactivity. During this period he helped form Brooklyn Research and assisted in building a number of technological projects for a variety of clients. You can see some of his more recent work at www.brooklynresearch.com. He also likes writing in the third person.
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