Arduino classes in New York City, July 16, 7pm-9pm

Create your own physical interfaces. Learn how to set up electronic circuits and use sensors, buttons, and light emitting diodes. Each student will program their own Arduino and create their own circuit. We will begin by setting up our programming environment and then cover:

  • Input and output
  • Buttons and switches
  • Light emitting diodes
  • Analog to digital conversion
  • Light sensors
  • Putting it all together into an interactive night light

Each student will need to bring a laptop to program with. You should install the Arduino software before class. Other equipment may be purchased in class or bring your own.

  • Arduino
  • A-B USB cable
  • Solderless breadboard
  • Jumper wires
  • LEDs
  • Resistors
  • Buttons
  • Potentiometer
  • Light sensitive resistor

The class will take place in the Flavorpill office at 594 Broadway Ave. Suite 1212.
To join the class sign up on Skillshare:

6 thoughts on “Arduino classes in New York City, July 16, 7pm-9pm

  1. H Choo

    I don’t have an arduino or any of the components. I will be attending the class and will bring my laptop. How much $$ should I bring to buy the arduino and components? Thanks!

  2. Ariel Churi Post author

    Great question.
    Arduino $29
    USB Cable $3-$4
    Breadboard $6.99
    Jumper Wires $6.99
    Potentiometer $2

    -10% in class discount.

    Other parts are $1 or under and I will have some second hand parts to lend or sell.

  3. Brandon Hanson

    I am not nowhere near your location is there any online aspect or component availiable for distance learners

  4. Arduino Kids

    Is there any way to sign up without having a facebook account? We don’t use facebook.

    Also, can we come to the class early to purchase the components and set up our laptop?


  5. Ariel Churi Post author

    You would have to ask Skillshare about that. You could pay me directly if you prefer.
    Coming to class a bit early is a good idea.

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