[Apr 29] All About Sensors: Arduino + Processing

The Power of Arduino + Processing is amazing, you can use all different kinds of variable resistor sensors to bring in data to processing, and then use it to trigger your visual representations.  In this class, we’ll be learning the basics of using (and creating) sensors in your programs

All About Sensors: Arduino + Processing

Liz Taylor
Sun, Apr 29, noon-6pm
Cost: Regular: $150, Members & Students (with ID): $135 — plus $25 for the materials cost
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Location:
Harvestworks – www.harvestworks.org
596 Broadway, #602 | New York, NY 10012 | Phone: 212-431-1130
Subway: F/M/D/B Broadway/Lafayette, R Prince, 6 Bleeker

All About Sensors: Arduino + Processing
The Power of Arduino + Processing is amazing, you can use all different kinds of variable resistor sensors to bring in data to processing, and then use it to trigger your visual representations. In this class, we’ll be learning the basics of using (and creating) sensors in your programs. Please bring an arduino to class, the different sensors will be provided during the class period, but if you have anything you’d like to try, please bring it.

You’ll need to bring an arduino to class. You can purchase an arduino here:
http://www.sparkfun.com/products/9950

And a usb a-b cable:
http://www.sparkfun.com/products/512

Sensors we will be working with:
Button
Potentiometer
Photo cell
Thermistor
Pressure Sensor
IR Sensor
Reed Switch
Piezo
Flex Sensor

Bio: Liz Taylor is a new media artist whose interests lie in the intersection of art, design, and technology. While studying digital media at Florida State University she explored the elements of data portrayal and art installation through an Undergraduate Thesis focused on utilizing Processing. While completing a Masters in Fine Arts in Design and Technology at Parsons School of Design she investigates such topics as memory and personal identity through blending mediums such as illustration, computer programming, paper cut, motion graphics, installation, and soft circuitry techniques.

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Member/Student $160.00 USD 

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