MeArm.Joystick workshops using Arduino Starter Kit
MeArm.Joystick is the first ever workshop based on the official Chinese Arduino Starter Kit in Taiwan. The class is like an entry kit for people to create things and thanks to Arduino, they will be able to put their ideas into a prototype rapidly.
Taught by Lien Ted, MeArm.Joystick workshop will start on September 17, take place 5-times and last 2 hours each time. The class is open for anybody but recommended age is 10+. Costs are more than reasonable: around US$200 per person with Starter Kit for each person included.
So, what will you basically do during this workshop? The teacher will go through the 15 various projects of the Starter Kit with you and help you during this process to achieve a functional prototype. There are already 20 people registered, so don’t wait and subscribe!
Lien Ted worked in the IT industry for about 25 years, where he had various kinds of roles in sales, services and even management. As a maker, he had established several startups in the past until the day he wanted to do something interesting to share with other people. After having done around 70 workshops within 1 year and seeing a strong demand of learning Arduino, he decided to organize the MeArm.Joystick workshop, which is his first crowd-funded project in Taiwan.
Class info (Chinese): http://www.accupass.com/go/arduino1
MeArm website: http://mearm.weebly.com