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Raspberry Pi workshop for Artists, DIY Hobbyists & Tinkerers #ArtTuesday @BKLYNlibrary

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This free workshop for beginning Raspberry Pi enthusiasts takes place tuesday August 2nd at the Brooklyn Public Library, Via Eventbrite

Free discussion of $5 to $30 computers and what you can do with them. We’ll have demonstrations and Do It Yourself (DIY) information. Special discussion for artists building stuff.
Raspberry Pi experts Tom Fitzgibbon and Jody Culkin will cover how to:

● Use a $5 computer for getting your email, writing stuff, tweeting, texting and more.

● Use a Raspberry Pi to record images or video and send to displays or projectors.

● Turn on lights, motors and sensors with Raspberry Pi.

Questions are welcome!

Register here!


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