Robotics for Youth-2: Physical Computing with Arduino

Thursday, Feb 9, 2017 – Wednesday, May 3, 2017

7:00pm – 8:30pm

Robotics for Youth-2: Physical Computing with Arduino
Physical computing is a mixture of art, design, coding and electronics that allows students to work on their own Do It Yourself (DIY) projects. In this project-based course, participant youth will be making and creating  various systems, such as interactive installations and experimental prototypes. Projects might include wearables, home automation, sensors, wireless, and others. Physical computing projects offer youth great opportunities for self-expression, agency and self-determination.

In this project-based course, youth will be working on projects of their choice by using C++ and Arduino technology. However, suggested projects will be shared with students new to Arduino technology to find their pathway in the world of physical computing. Youth are required to be knowledgeable in C++, or Java. They required to know how to use variables, loops, if conditions, and functions. If you have any questions about course requirements, please  don’t hesitate to contact us at
Who can register?

  • Any youth who have completed Introduction to Robotics with Arduino and C++.
  • Any youth who have the knowledge of C++, or Java.

Event Location

Mississauga Code Club, 3195 Erindale Station Rd
Mississauga, ON, L5C 1Y5

Event Fees

CAD 220.00