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Build your own electroncic sensors with Arduino mircrocontrollers

Ever wondered how modern sensors work? Build your own sensor from scratch and learn about the basic electronics and software behind everyday sensors.
When Mar 17, 2018
from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Where Department of Engineering
Contact Name Oliver Hadeler
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This 30minute introduction to the use of microcontrollers and sensors is aimed at teenagers and older who have no or very little experience with programming and electronics.

We will build a basic temperature sensor with optical indicators.

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