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Arduino, sensors and interactive tech Q&A Meet-Up 02/03/16

Arduino Q&A Meet-Up: An opportunity staff & students who would like to learn more about or try arduino, sensors, interactive tech and physical computing to meet informally with staff & students across CCW to exchange experiences & tips about physical computing and how they are experimenting with these technologies in their practice.
 
There will be refreshments and booking is essential as we have limited space for CCW staff and students although if you are from outside CCW and would like to participate/collaborate please contact c.follows@arts.ac.uk
 
Arduino Q&A Meet-Up is on Weds 2nd March 11am to 4pm Chelsea A216 Digital Projects Space
 

What, when & where:

  • A chance to come together for a Q&A Meet-Up with interactive tech and physical computing experts, other staff and students working on interactive tech and physical computing projects.
  • Its an informal get together not a workshop
  • Either come along and observe and learn more or bring along your projects & ideas to share and develop with the group
  • We have some arduino, sensors and physical computingArduino kits to play with, for use in A215 only
  • Weds 2nd March 11am to 4pm
  • Chelsea College of Arts A216 Digital Projects Space

Book:

TBC booking is essential as we have limited space for CCW staff and students although if you are from outside CCW and would like to participate/collaborate please contact c.follows@arts.ac.uk

About the Pop Up Digital MakerSpace:

The group is part of CCW Digital and the CCW Pop Up Digital MakerSpace project an inter-disciplinary Student-Staff Collaboration.

The ‘Pop Up Digital MakerSpace project aims to explore, share and build on our knowledge and experience of emergent digital practice and its relationship to disciplines at CCW and beyond.

Twitter: @CCWDigital

Contact: Chris Follows c.follows@arts.ac.uk

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