LNDL Arduino Blink Challenge Pop-up Class

Nov 15
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 6:00pm to 8:00pm Loyola Engineering

Yanko Kranov leads the class on how to set up and program the Arduino Board. The "Arduino Blink Challenge" lesson explores how computer and software engineers work to solve the challenges of a society, such as providing systems for turning lights on and off automatically.

Participants will work in teams to set up and program an Arduino board to turn a light on and off at a 5 second on and 2 second off interval. Teams build their system, program and test it, then reflect on the challenge, and present their experiences to their class.

About Pop-Up Classes

Pop-up classes are extracurricular workshops designed to facilitate hands-on learning and discovery. The LDNL series this fall includes: Geographic Information Systems, Practical Photoshop, Basics of Tinkercad, 3D Scanning, and the Arduino Blink Challenge. Classes are available to faculty/staff/students.