Date(s) - 10/08/2014
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
We are living in a maker revolution; where people are building solutions to their own problems. Open Source options allow for makers to prototype and build their new technology ideas; all using an open source framework and platform; with an entire community backing and supporting open source projects. Arduino is a very common open source microcontroller; think of it as a miniature computer. You can build everything from robots to interactive displays; all through affordable and inexpensive hardware solutions. This session will discuss the history of open source hardware, arduinos, and how they play in libraries; as a way to provide solutions to problems. We will also explore great programming ideas for patrons.
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Biography ~ Brian Pichman
Brian Pichman is a technology enthusiast, sharing his thoughts and ideas to libraries so they can become more interactive, innovative, collaborative, and engaging He is a web developer with experience designing websites. Brian started a collaborative platform called the Evolve Project which aims to change the way people see libraries by introducing new technology and concepts for libraries. Libraries need to re-position themselves as community anchors in order to succeed in today’s culture.
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