ITP at Maker Faire in Austin, TX

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ITP alumni and faculty presented work at the recent Maker Faire in Austin, TX – October 18 – 19.

Arduino is the open-source microcontroller platform that’s become the platform of choice for makers creating everything from functional systems to interactive art installations. Tom Igoe, author of Making Things Talk and professor at NYU’s ITP program, will introduce Arduino, what it does and where it came from. We’ll showcase a a variety of cool projects based on Arduino. Tom will demo a project, using an accelerometer with Arduino and Processing to move something onscreen. Nathan Seidle of Sparkfun Electronics and several students from NYU’s will also present.

Makezine

┬áTom Igoe’s blog

Tuesday, October 21st, 2008
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