The Center for Art and Exhibit Design Electronics (CAEED) was created to support people who are using or considering the use of electronics in exhibits and art-installations. This workshop will provide a hands-on look at fundamentals for manipulating and using electronic sensors with microcontrollers typically used for exhibits and art installations. Participants will work with an Arduino microcontroller and a remote sensor “shield” for building projects. Each participant will take home the microcontroller and electronics sensor board. Strategies to make a re-usable and scalable program will be explored. We will consider both electronics and programming techniques.
- Stanley Cohen has a Ph.D. in experimental atomic physics from the University of New Mexico, USA. He serves as the chief technology officer at BiRa Systems, in Albuquerque, designing data acquisition electronics for particle accelerators. cctnewmexico.org/about/team