This session is a perfect way to start your coding life with a twist. Be prepared to get a little wet as we code up the BBC micro:bit to self-water your new plant.
Coding Your First Project: A Self-Watering Plant
|£100 per person, plus £25 parts per person|
Brighton Eagle Lab, 1 Preston Road, Brighton, BN1 4QE
The day will start with looking at a wide range of tech and how this can be used. This should begin to get the imagination up and running.
Each team of three will then be asked to design a process of how they can use the tech in the room to make an automatic and coded self-watering plant.
The Teams will feed this back to the group and parts of the design can be used in the final model. Throughtout the process we will be learning to code, using electronics and how the smallest idea can build into something so cool.
Lunch will be provided and no experience is needed
Each group member will leave with a plant, self-watering system and a BBC micro:bit.
Brighton Eagle Lab
Barclays are investing in the future of the London Road area of Brighton & supporting businesses to embrace new and emerging technologies critical to the success of businesses in the UK.