Get hands on with Arduino, the world’s favourite electronic prototyping platform, by building a simple VU meter. You’ll connect wires on a breadboard while developing code on a laptop, then learn about digital and analog input and output using LEDs, a microphone and a potentiometer. No previous coding experience needed!
About Tom Tobback
Tom had various engineering jobs around the world before re-discovering his passion for electronics when he moved to Hong Kong 6 years ago. To share his joy of making cool stuff, he is running an after school electronics club for kids, BuffaloLabs, in his village of Mui Wo. He also works as freelance hardware developer for automation and IoT projects, using open-source hardware and software tools.
Max number of participants: 12 per session
Time: 1.00pm – 3.00pm & 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Duration: 2 hrs
Fee (including Arduino board): HK$350
Workshops are open only to Sónar Hong Kong 2019 ticket holders. A workshop ticket alone does not grant you access to the Sónar festival.