A few nice Arduino images I found:
Arduino 101 Workshop
Image by fabola
We taught a workshop on how to create interactive art with the Arduino platform at the Mill Valley Library on October 24, 2015.
We showed 9 students how to make lights blink, sounds play, motors move, and how to add more color with neopixel LEDs, as described in this online guide we created for the workshop:
At the end of the workshop, we asked participants if they would like to this again, and the answer was a resounding yes! Participants told us they learned a lot from this workshop and would not only come back for future workshops, but also recommend this program to their friends.
Instructors for this workshop were Donald Day and Fabrice Florin, with support from Jean Bolte and her daughter Natalie. We are all members of Pataphysical Studios, the art collective behind the ‘Pataphysical Slot Machine’, our poetic oracle.
Come visit the exhibit this month! We’re open every Saturday and Sunday in October, from 1 to 5pm, in the downstairs conference room of the Mill Valley Library.
Special thanks to the Mill Valley Library and the Friends of the Library for making these workshops possible — especially Kristen Clarke, who helped us get the Arduino parts and set up for the workshop.
View more photos of the exhibit: www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/albums/72157659147117739
ARDUINO push button DSC_0655
Image by el cajon yacht club
ARDUINO lesson 2. I copied the code from the web site but had to add the int definitions. push the button and light the LED!