A day designed to be accessible for all levels for beginners, hobbyists, families, artists and engineers, the free workshop will include interactive and digital making projects and workshops, including focus on Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and micro:bit.
Activities include making robots out of potatoes, writing own programs for the Picoch or Ohbot robots, learning about easy IoT with M5stack and exploring wearable technology through e-textile and conductive thread drop in a workshop.
Exhibitors showcasing their projects at the event include Elliot Pittam (robots made from everyday items), Konichiwakitty (wearable fashion technology) and Jack Ratcliffe (Alexa to Raspberry Pi Servo Control).
In partnership with South London Makerspace, the day is a great time to join over 500 other events taking place in over 100 countries also celebrating Arduino Day.
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