About Arduino Day
Arduino Day is a worldwide birthday celebration of Arduino. It's a 24 hour-long event – organized directly by the community, or by the Arduino founders – that brings people together to share their experiences and learn more about the open-source platform.
Who can participate?
Being an Open Day, we welcome anyone to join! Members and non-members of the Arduino community are invited to take part and we will be running a few workshops, show and tells and we will also have a dedicated space for you to ask questions to one of our Arduino Experts!
|Open Day 10am - 4pm|
|Show-and-Tell||Student's Showcase||Workshop and Live Demo||Ask the Arduino Expert|
|Plenty of projects to discover and unravel: from lasers that draw sound, all the way to musical lunch boxes, ending up in fully fledged musical instruments!||Xin Kang - Mini Sequencer||Live Demo of the ClariNot. Workshop to build and use a force sensing resistor using affordable materials.||Joe Wright and Niccolò Granieri will be at your disposal throughout the day to guide you throught the world of Arduino and microcontrollers.|
Mini sequencer built using Arduino and the Mozzi sound Library, controlled by knobs and buttons with LDR and a RBG leds.