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Surry Hills Library

405 Crown St

Surry Hills

Sydney, 2010

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Maker Nights are a new regular meet up in the library. Over the 3 sessions in our first series, work with the group and tinker with different types of sensors to create interactive electronic objects.

You’ll get a hands-on introduction to the incredible world of programmable electronics using Arduino, an open-source, accessible electronic platform that can control a variety of sensors and devices. You’ll learn how to program the Arduino by writing and uploading computer code to the circuit board to turn inputs, like a finger on a button, into outputs, like starting a motor or illuminating an LED.

Take things at your own pace in this supportive do-it-with-others space. Explore your interests and build confidence in using technology and making as you chat about your projects with other people.

Arduino is a popular tool for the Internet of Things and STEM/STEAM. All over the world, designers, engineers, students, developers and makers use the technology to innovate in music, games, toys, smart homes, farming, autonomous vehicles, and more. The interactive Arduino can sense and control objects in the real world – like motion activated alarms and lights and smartphone-activated garage door openers

All equipment and materials will be provided.

This series is suitable for 16+ with no prior experience required. With a maximum of 10 participants, bookings are recommended.


Books with Arduino projects are available to
borrow from the makerspace collection.


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