Physical Computing Hackathon. February 5, 2016
Physical Computing and the Internet of Things: Hackathon
Friday, February 5, 2016, 2:30-4:00pm
Northrop 110 (Innovation Lab)
Free and open to the public
The Internet of Things (IoT) describes the network and data that emerges from adding physical computing components such as sensors, actuators, and network adapters to everyday objects. This new area of research promises to revolutionize our interaction with the physical world by providing levels of analytics and automation previously reserved for digital domains. The IAS Physical Computing Collaborative hosts weekly “hack” sessions to develop physical computing skills and experiment with technologies like Arduinos, littleBits, and LilyPads. If you are a student—in any major and with any level of experience—you are particularly encouraged to join us!
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