Date(s) - September 04, 2019
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

The Fuse Factory Electronic and Digital Arts Lab

About the workshop
This hands-on workshop features the M5StickC prototyping device from M5Stack. The “stick” is a compact Arduino programmable device that contains its own screen, battery power, and extendable sensors. It also provides full Bluetooth and wifi capability. Workshop students will learn the basics of programming the stick to add interactive display, light, motion, sound, and connectivity to their projects and prototypes. Each student in the workshop will receive a M5StickC kit to work with and take home. Students should bring a laptop with a USB type A port and are encouraged to install the current Arduino IDE software before attending.

No previous experience is necessary for this workshop.

About the Instructor
Bill Ball is a Scholar in Residence at Capital University where he teaches courses on rapid prototyping and game and VR development. He also leads the planning of the annual MakerX festival of creating with technology ( More about Bill, and the M5StickC, can be found at

Workshop fees
To reserve a seat in the workshop, please register using the link below:

Learn prototyping with the M5StickC
Learn prototyping with the M5StickC
Registration for one kit
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