|What: Talk – 30 Minutes||When: 9:30am||Where: Classroom 2||Materials Cost: None|
Traditionally, pinball machines use giant machine-specific circuit boards to implement the machine, which can be tricky to repair and source parts for. We’re looking to change that, with a new, modular approach. We’ll discuss a bit of the history of electronic pinball machines, go over the parts of a pinball machine, and discuss how and why we implemented our CANbus-based pinball system.
|What: Talk – 15 Minutes||When: 1:45pm||Where: Classroom 3||Materials Cost: None|
Have you ever wondered what a green wall and living wall do? Have you ever wanted to make your own? Then this talk will be informative and a great place to ask and questions you may have. Horticulturist Stephanie trotter has first hand experience on how they can improve air quality one plant at a time.
|What: Workshop – 90 Minutes||When: 9:30am||Where: Classroom 1||Materials Cost: $40 (optional)|
Max Participants – 10 paid (to take home kits) + 10 free – Register Here
Workshop Requirements: Laptop & Mini-USB Cable (for programming)
This project bridges the generations to create an animated LED necklace or charm that you can customize to create a retro-style personal “totem video game creature.” It’s a small project, good for electronics novices and group workshops. And you’ll have something eye-catching to wear and show off afterward.