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The electric spark ignites an array of artistic opportunities to add light, sound, and motion to your work. The Arduino physical computing platform can be used to create interactive works of art that incorporate lighting effects like LED or kinetic sculpture that responds to the surrounding environment.


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    • 01 Jan 2019
    • 31 Dec 2019
    • 3749 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis, MN
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    In this course, you will build a programmable environment-reactive color changing lamp. Basic programming and program modification in the Arduino environment will be covered. No prior programming experience is necessary. Modifying an existing light, or integration with an existing project is a possibility with instructor approval. Please bring a computer with a USB port that is capable of running the Arduino IDE (Integrated Development Environment). Open to ages 16 & up.  |  $160 ($120 tuition + $40 materials)


    Instructors: Nik Theuning spent nearly two decades of working at the intersection of digital art and technology with Fortune 50 companies and is now focused on moving this experience into the physical world. He seeks to find areas where the most fundamental of human experiences, music and play, can be explored through the combination of software, hardware, and human interaction.





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