Tickets for this workshop are available from Guest Services on arrival.
In this two-hour workshop led by the Bob Jones University Technology Ministry Team, students (13–18 years old) have the opportunity to collaborate on a computer engineering project using Arduino boards. This board has been used for many types of projects including 3-D printers, and is able to read inputs such as light on a sensor, a finger on a button, or a Twitter message, and then activate a motor, turn on an LED, or publish something online. The student tells the board what to do by sending a set of instructions to the microcontroller on the board. The teens work in teams of two to program the Arduino board to accomplish specific tasks.
This is a perfect opportunity for that tech-savvy child in your life to learn about computer engineering with interactive and hands projects! Seating is limited so early registration is strongly encouraged.
Due to the challenging nature of this workshop it is only available for students 13–18 years old.