CANCELLED: Research Bazaar: Makerspace in 2 parts - micro:bit and maker competition
The workshop is cancelled due to illness. We apologise for the inconvenience.
A makerspace is a place, a space, a room where we as individuals come together and create something. Creativity and collaboration are keywords in a makerspace.
Please note! The Research Bazaar makerspace will consist of two parts, if you want to join both events please register for them separately in the registration form.
Part 1 - Micro:bit workshop
Place: Vilhelm Bjerknes House Auditorium 2
Time: 10:00 - 12:00
The BBC micro:bit is a little computer originally made for kids. It was given to 5th graders in the UK as a platform to learn coding. The really cool thing with this computer is that it is easy to program (either with Python or a visual block programming language) and it is easy to connect to the world with sensors, motors and other electronics.
Learn how the micro:bit works and how to program it.
Requirements: Basic knowledge of electrical circuits is recommended. Programming experience and other skills are not required.
Target audience: graduate students and researchers
Part 2 - Make a machine that can move 2 meters - build-off and competition
Place: VB foyer
Time: 13:00 - 15:00 - competition 15:30 to 16:00
Friday after the main programme we will host a little build-off and competition.
- Assorted supplies
- One pair of scissors
- 2 hours build time
Use creativity, collaboration and good ideas and make a contraption that can move 2 meters. All entries will be judged by a jury and the winners will be announced at the pub event.
Requirements: Programming experience and other skills are not required.
Target audience: Graduate students and researchers. Teams will be made on the spot, make sure to bring your friends!
Remember: if you want to join both events please register for them separately in the registration form.
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