This is a free event. Use the form on this page to register.
If you are an engineer, a maker, a techie, or a trekkie, then you probably have heard about Arduino. If you haven’t actually met Arduino yet, here is your opportunity
In case you don't know: Arduino is open-source computer hardware and software that can sense and control objects in the physical world. Arduino is designed to make electronics more accessible to artists, designers, hobbyists and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.
In its most common form, it is a small microcontroller board with free software that lets you control individual inputs and outputs, and program interactions with the environment based on sensors of various kinds. Its ease of use, along with availability of web and other resources makes it an ideal learning platform for beginners. Its flexibility and expandability make it a highly useful tool for R&D, Engineering prototypes and hobbyist products.
The first 25 people who register to attend will be rewarded with a free
Arduino kit, a $25.00 value.
Here is what you need to know for Arduino Day 2017