Circuitry Games

In this project, each member will be creating their own electronic game from scratch! To start, we’ll go over the basics of how circuits work and learn how to communicate to a miniature computer called a microcontroller via Arduino, an open-source platform. Beginners can use buttons and lights to create a rock-paper-scissors or tic-tac-toe game, while more advanced members can tackle more challenging components or skills. Everyone will learn about the design process and how to use resources such as peers and documentation to solve problems.

Laptop required, Mac or PC (not Chromebook). Please let us know if this is an issue.

AGES: 5th grade +, 3-6 kids

DATES: Saturdays, 3:30-5:00

  • March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30