Art, Interactivity, and Robotics Show
In "The Art, Interactivity, and Robotics" class this winter, students designed and built sculptures with a variety of materials and integrated them with actuators and sensors. They then wrote software to control it all with an Arduino microcontroller. It's been great fun.
This show is where all of the students in the class show off their work. Their creations are interactive; you can touch them, move near them, or act in other ways, and they react via motion, sound, and other possibilities.
Anyone of any age is welcome. Please turn out to support our students and see the fantastic work that they've done!
from Art & Art History