We’ve got the first batch of classes at the new NYC Resistor space online. Come learn a few things and check out our new digs on stylish 3rd Avenue near downtown Brooklyn.
On Saturday, March 20th, Raphael Abrams does a double header. At 2PM is the fun and practical Introduction to Electronics, a 3 hour lesson on hooking up batteries to components to make things happen. Then, starting at 6PM, we’ve got our PCB Design using Eagle class where you learn how to draw out a schematic and PC board that you can either etch yourself or send out for production.
The next day, Sunday the 21st, we’ve got our Arduino & Soldering 101 class where you solder together a Freeduino board then write some simple programs to control it. This one’s taught by Ryan and Liz and it usually sells out.
Finally for now, Pop-Up Shelby is repeating her Paper Engineering class from the Fall where you’ll learn about how to fold, tape, and cut paper to make all sorts of motion-activated animated designs.
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