Glow your own: coding workshop (4 of 6)
3 November, 5:00 pm
Workshop | Science, Hobbies & Craft, The Arts, Computing
Get ready for the Oxford Light Festival by making and coding your very own beautiful lantern. Session 4 of 6. In this series of workshops, you’ll make a circuit with multi-coloured lights and learn how to control those lights using computer code. Create a wearable design, a paper lantern or illuminate your bike or home to bring together art and engineering. Six sessions, with equipment available by post, and all workshops available on www.if-oxford.com after the live event.
To take part in this series of events, you’ll need a laptop and an Arduino starter kit. Purchase kit here (£15.99)
IF Oxford has 50 Arduino starter kits to give away for free as part of Glow your own. Enter the prize draw
IF Oxford uses Pay What You Decide (PWYD) ticketing so you can choose to pay whatever you want, or can afford. You can make your donation during booking or after the event and the amount you pay is up to you. A suggested donation of £5 per person for each event enjoyed will help secure the future of the Festival.
IF Oxford is run by The Oxfordshire Science Festival (charity #1151361) and your donation may be eligible for Gift Aid, where a charity can claim back an extra 20% of your donation at no cost to you. Gift Aid forms can be downloaded from www.if-oxford.com