Electrical Engineering with Raspberry Pi

Run by Digital Media Academy - Seattle Ages 12-17 yrs

Discover the basics of circuitry and the Python programming language using a Raspberry Pi. Students then apply what they learned by connecting ordinary objects to the internet, a concept known commonly as the Internet of Things.

You’ll create a variety of different projects, like a burglar alarm, Twitterbot, or clone of a handheld electronic game! Learn to control, automate, and program devices to do what you want from anywhere. Students bridge the gap between the physical world and the internet for endless project possibilities.

Map to University of Washington
University of Washington
4000 Mason Rd., Seattle, Washington, 98195
Time Price
Mon-Fri, 9am - 5pm
Mon-Fri, 9am - 5pm

Your future starts here. Launched by tech educators at Stanford University, Digital Media Academy STEM summer camps are where students get their start as designers, developers, engineers, animators, musicians, and filmmakers.

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