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Design Lab: Hyperduino

With the Hyperduino, students can add interactive elements to traditional presentations and posterboards. Even without a computer, touch sensors can turn on LEDs, identifying parts of a model and linking them to explanatory text. With some easy-to-learn programming and a free app, students can add video elements, either student-made or existing. Works with Mac, PC, or Chromebooks.

Click here to see a video of a student project.

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When Tuesday, January 30, 2018
4:00pm - 7:00pm
Location SCOE, Design Lab
Presenter Casey Shea, Maker Education Coordinator at SCOE
Cost $40.00
Audience K-12 educators
Registration Connie Anderson, (707) 524-2823,
Questions Casey Shea, (707) 524-2810,

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