Mon, Mar 21|
Arduino Week 2022 (March 21 - 26) | Simulate your Satellite Circuits with Arduino and Tinkercard
Learn and Celebrate with Arduino | March 21-26, 2022 | Online Workshop for Grade 5-10 students | Students will explore technology used in space through the Arduino tool. No background in programming and electronics required. No hardware required
Time & Location
Mar 21, 2022, 5:00 p.m.
About the event
Event Name : Simulate your Satellite Circuits with Arduino and Tinkercard
Day 1 - Getting Started with Arduino
In this project, you will become familiar with the toolbox that comes with the Arduino Basic Kit. The concepts covered include basic breadboard skills, and switches in series and parallel, and Ohm's Law.
Day 2 - Spaceship Interface
In this project, your Arduino is going to star in a science fiction movie! Now that you understand the basics of electronics, it's time to start controlling things with the Arduino. In this project, a control panel lights up when you press a button. This project uses digital inputs and outputs, variables, and basic Arduino code.
Day 3- Color Mixing Lamp
In this project, you will create a lamp that changes its color depending on the room's lighting conditions. Shine red and blue light on a set of three light sensors, and the LED will turn purple! This project uses three analog inputs and you will watch data from the sensor in the "serial monitor."
Day 4- Sense the Motion
In this project, you will learn to sense movement in a room with a PIR motion sensor and Arduino.
Day 5 - Find the distance
In this project, you will learn to measure distances with an ultrasonic range finder adnArduino’s digital input.
Day 6 - Motorized wheel
In this project, you will learn how to drive a motor with Arduino.
Final Project Presentation