Arduino Basics At Access Space – Sheffield

Interaction designer Katrin Baumgarten will guide you through the steps to making a simple interactive bubble machine using an Arduino, sensors, electronics and some programming.

This workshop will give you enough knowledge to get you started creating all kninds of interactive crazyness… such as Katrin’s tea pot Raging Roger!, commissioned by MzTEK for Chi-TEK.

Katrin Baumgarten holds an MA from the Royal College of Art and an MSc from Imperial College London in Innovation Design Engineering. Her projects revolve around human-technology interaction and explore future possibilities within technology and art. She loves to see the magic that appears when an inanimate object suddenly starts to move and respond to external stimuli in ways normally attributed to humans.

This workshop is suitable for beginners, so just come and have a try, and most of all, fun!


Access Space
3-7 Sidney Street
S1 4RG


Saturday 9 June, 2012
10am – 5pm

Sign up! it’s FREE!!!!!!!

This workshop is a women only workshop… and it’s FREE! – so you’ve got nothing to lose!
To book a place contact Access Space on 44 (0)114 2495522 

This workshop is supported by