Friday 17th May, 2013
10:30am to 11:30am
Ever want to make your code talk with the real world? With the Arduino and the Processing language (Java on training wheels), doing this is actually pretty simple. In this session, we'll walk step-by-step through a real-life client project involving hardware prototyping and development with Arduino, making these devices talk wirelessly, and displaying physical data in a custom graphical interface. This presentation will cover the basic principles of using the Arduino and sensors to get data from the physical world (with live demonstrations), and then how to make sense of that data with simple visualizations using Processing. With this knowledge you can build an army of super robots that can take over the world.
Practitioner of applied design, semi-professional astronaut. \ux/ at Adaptive Path
Scott Sullivan is a User Experience designer at Involution Studios Ohio. He has a background in technology-based art, visual design, and User Experience design.
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