Here is a collection of some great recent student submissions
Students programmed an alarm clock that was control via the internet (phone or computer). They could choose from multiple songs to play for the alarm sound, and the clock included the ever-important snooze button.Read More »ITP 348 Student Work Highlights
Before diving into microcontrollers in the second week, students had a little creative fun by building pieces using LEDs, coin batteries, and conductive tape.
It is great to see there is a new 3,000 square foot makerspace in the Los Angeles Public Library! https://laist.com/2019/06/14/la_public_librarys_new_maker_spacestudio_lets_you_3d_print_shoot_on_a_green_screen_and_way_more.php
ITP 348 (Introduction to Physical Computing) is an introductory electronics and IoT (Internet of Things) class. It serves as the core electronics course of ITP’s Connected Devices and Making minor, which teaching applied electronics skill… Read More »Course Content for ITP 348 (Introduction to Physical Computing)