The Chip Instrument (MCO2124.02)

Nicholas Brooke

Arduino interfaces have increased exponentially the ability to create stand-alone instruments and installations that have a visual immediacy while avoiding the use of outboard computers. We’ll learn Arduino code and the possibilities of small scale physical computing, from running solenoids and relays on mechanical instruments to turning the Arduino and other small circuits into “chiptune” players of 8-bit sound. Students are encouraged to take this together with The Tudor Box and Adventures in Max for a 4-credit suite.

Prerequisites: None.
Credits: 1
Th 4:10pm - 6:00pm (second seven weeks)
Maximum Enrollment: 12
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