Arduino and Brick’R’knowledge at Maker Faire Bodensee

27 June

Arduino and Brick’R’knowledge at Maker Faire Bodensee

Today we are happy to share a new blog post by our partner Arduino.org with you. Enjoy! Together with our partner Allnet this weekend we were at Maker Faire Bodensee. Our common booth received a lot of interest and a lot of questions from the visitors. We presented the Brick’R ‘knowledge innovative plug system and their […]

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23 June

Arduino for dummies

Today I (being a complete beginner regarding Arduino) try to explain the Arduino Nano to soon-to-be programmers. First, you connect the battery brick to the adapter. On the Arduino PCB there is a mini USB connector that connects the Arduino with the computer or laptop. Additionally, there are hermaphrodite connectors (you don’t need to remember […]

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15 June

Test your reaction!

Reaction test with Arduino and our bricks We’ll present our reaction game to you today that we did with our bricks and the Arduino Nano. Below, you’ll find the according code and you can watch the YouTube video here. Have fun programming and testing your reaction! Once you’ve connected the battery you are in the […]

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8 June

My first Maker Faire

I would like to tell you about my first Maker Faire experience in Hanover in which I participated two weeks ago. The whole Berlin team was present as well as Julia who came from Germering. The Maker Faire took place from Friday to Sunday, Friday being a “school day” for students and teachers while the […]

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3 June

Excited makers on the Westcoast

„The greatest show (and tell) on earth“ – the Maker Faire has its origin right here: in San Francisco. Being the Maker scene’s biggest creative festival, the Maker Faire Bay Area was a must for us as lovers of and participants in the Maker Movement. We shared a booth with our internationally known partner Arduino.org […]

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