Trevor M. Tomesh is back with a new Webinar series: MSP in the Classroom. Part 1 kicks off on Friday, March 24th.
In this part one hands-on Webinar, Trevor M. Tomesh presents a series of classroom activities on the topic of "sensing" using the MSP430 LaunchPad Value Line Development kit (MSP-EXP430G2) and Grove Base BoosterPack. Question and answer will be available at the end.
Date: Friday, March 24, 2017 Time: 11:00 am, Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00); 5:00 pm in GermanyMeeting number: 715 787 094 Meeting password: trevorJoin: Click to join (once live)
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Trevor (@TSquar3d) is an MVP and TI Community Award winner who previously did the TI Webinars for "Game Development with the Educational BoosterPack MKII" (watch the video), "The MSP430 State of Hobbyist Microcontroller Based Graphics and Interactivity" (watch the video) and "Junk Science - Building sensors from e-waste and MSP430" (watch the video). Trevor was also previously featured in the coolest LaunchPad photos ever - Part 3.
About Trevor M. Tomesh:
“I am an academic researcher and hacker. My general interests are in 3D-printing, microcontrollers, data visualization, low-power computing, low-temperature computing, simulation, games development, open source software and complex systems. I regularly host MSP based training live on Periscope helping out thousands at a time from around the world in any of their questions.
Currently, I am a PhD student at the University of Regina and I teach CS 207 - Building Interactive Gadgets. I daily teach and give sessions on TI MCU, MSP, LaunchPad and more.
I have a BSc in Physics from the University of Wisconsin - River Falls.”
looking forward for the seminar..
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