Over the last few years more and more theater folks are using Arduino and other DIY computing platforms to light their shows. Why? Less expensive, more control, greater opportunities for fiddling, fixing, making, and re-making.
This is the future of theatrical technology. And of course the younglings know.
Here’s a video with some students from The Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology breaking down the basics of using Arduino in theatrical lighting — via The New Jersey Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology at Rutgers University
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