Create LED light patterns for your own PACMAN game

    Our fabulous February workshop covers how to use the basic electronic components (switch, potentiometer, resistor, capacitor etc) and introduce how to control a micro-controller, Atmega 168 using the open-source Arduino software.

    In this workshop you will create your own lighting patterns, such as texts and images and also develop a simple game, using a bespoke pre-designed led-matrix circuit.

    Check out this example video of the DYI PACMAN game

    Where & When

    19th February 2011, 11am – 5pm, at SPACE, Hackney, London, E8 3RH

    Materials Needed

    All you will need is:
    – a power supply (output: 12V, over 1A): Yes! Finally something to do with all those old phone chargers! Please check your power chargers for a mobile phone, a computer or other electronic devices.
    – a laptop if you can, with Arduino software installed.


    No prior computer programming experience is needed.

    To Register

    As usual, this is a women only workshop.  The workshop is £35.00. Please register online here.

    The Instructor

    This fantastic workshop will be lead by Eunjoo Shin, www.ejoo.org, www.comms.me Eunjoo Shin, an artist, explores interaction design, sound and public installation. Her art works have been featured in many venues, including FILE festival 2009 in Sao Paulo, Peadhead at Lower Manhattan Cultural Council in New York and Seoul Art Center in Seoul. Her work, Vocal Trio was selected as one of the best interaction desgins by the Korean Federation of Design Associations, and published in the design yearbook, CREATIO 2009.

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