Rapid prototyping of Man-Machine Interaction with Arduino

4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

On April 7, 2016, 10 students participated in our hands-on workshop on "Rapid prototyping of Man-Machine Interaction with Arduino", hosted by the faculty of Industrial Design at Delft University of Technology, in their brand new studios. 

In the morning, lecturers Adrie Kooijman and Martin Verwaal  provided everyone with the required background knowledge on micro-controllers, the Arduino programming language, and sensors. In the afternoon everyone was ready to get their hands dirty, working either on a set of example projects provided by Adrie, Martin, and their colleague Wolf Song, or on a project of their own choosing. All students could work on Arduino projects at their own level of expertise, while Adrie, Martin and Wolf provided everyone with tailored instructions and support. The projects varied from temperature indicators to responsive interactive mini-robots, and from a sensing system to record data from a world travel to a smart user interface device for people with physical disabilities.

Thanks to lecturers Adrie, Martin and Wolf for their help and advice. And thanks to the participants for their great efforts and creative ideas! We hope to welcome you at our future events, so keep an eye on the website for new announcements!"

Rapid prototyping of Man-Machine Interaction with Arduino

On April 7, 2016, 10 students participated in our hands-on workshop on "Rapid prototyping of Man-Machine Interaction with Arduino", hosted by the faculty of Industrial Design at Delft University of Technology, in their brand new studios. 

In the morning, lecturers Adrie Kooijman and Martin Verwaal  provided everyone with the required background knowledge on micro-controllers, the Arduino programming language, and sensors. In the afternoon everyone was ready to get their hands dirty, working either on a set of example projects provided by Adrie, Martin, and their colleague Wolf Song, or on a project of their own choosing. All students could work on Arduino projects at their own level of expertise, while Adrie, Martin and Wolf provided everyone with tailored instructions and support. The projects varied from temperature indicators to responsive interactive mini-robots, and from a sensing system to record data from a world travel to a smart user interface device for people with physical disabilities.

Thanks to lecturers Adrie, Martin and Wolf for their help and advice. And thanks to the participants for their great efforts and creative ideas! We hope to welcome you at our future events, so keep an eye on the website for new announcements!"