DARIEN, Conn. -- The Darien Library will host a four-week technology course at 7 p.m. each Wednesday in February that will give hands-on experience with a tiny yet powerful microcontroller.
The Arduino microcontroller allows users to build projects that sense real-world properties such as temperature, illumination and magnetism. This course will consist of labs in which participants build and program their own circuits. No previous programming or electronics experience is necessary.
An Arduino kit will be provided for use during the class; however, students are required to bring a laptop with the Arduino software installed.
To register and download the Arduino software, visit www.darienlibrary.org/arduino .
The Darien Library is located at 1441 Post Road.
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