June 10, 2014
Ralf Quint, IT Service Consultant
Ralp Quint has worked with computers professionally for 34 years and with Arduino microprocessors for 2 years. He will describe the history and evolution of these tiny specialized computer boards that can be made to execute very simple, basic or complex commands such as to switch lights on and off or to design drones, robots and even 3-D printers. Over a billion of these boards have been sold in the last ten years. Venice HS students and their teacher, Maurice Stephenson, will also show how they experimented with this technology.