How to create magic with electronics, programming, plastic and wood, from 22 expert Makers who have
If you want to constantly improve your skills as a Maker, you should read this now...
Starting in only a couple of days (December 7th-13th), our friend Peter Dalmaris is hosting a free (limited time only) online event packed with incredible presentations by Makers, for Makers.
Whether you’re a beginner or have been a Maker for a long time, you’ll find tons of great ideas and actionable info from world-class Makers such as Simon Monk, John Teel, Jason Long, Alain Pannetrat, Richard Kolk, Karsten Schulz and many more.
Here’s just a small sample of what you’ll learn during the summit sessions:
How to create graphics and animation using an Arduino and an LCD display
How to create almost anything with a laser cutter and 3D printer
How to re-shape society through Making
How to contribute to your favourite open-source project, even if you are not a programmer.
How to take your electronics prototype to market.
How to use the BBC Micro:bit in your next project.
How to design (and build) your own microprocessor.
How to design control algorithms using model-based design methodologies.
How to get started with embedded system design.
How to use JSON in your Arduino IoT projects
How to get on to IoT 2.0, a network dedicated to 20 billion devices.
How to build a reliable wired IoT system with noCAN.
Plus much, much more
And, Karsten Schulz is one of the Speakers in this Summit. In his presentation, he will talk about the computer processor. In short, he will be showing the inner workings of a computer processor, and how he built his very own from scratch. The result is the B4, a 4-bit processor construction kit that demonstrates key computing concepts, including memory, load, store, addition, and subtraction. This tool is perfect for teaching students, teachers and even makers such as yourselves how a simple computer operates. It even has a virtual companion, the B4 MyComputerBrain simulator, which runs in a browser. The site hosts a series of interactive experiments that lead to a functional 4-bit processor, capable of carrying out basic arithmetic operations. Both of these items are not just concepts or prototypes, but actual products that you can purchase. You can find them in the shop.
If this or any of the other speaker's talks would interest you, register using our affiliate link for the summit here at techexplorations.com/st/summit/registration/?ref=11.
And to help you keep track of it all and get the most out of the event, Peter just released the 2019 Maker Mind Meld Summit Playbook.
>>>Get the Mind Meld Summit Playbook for FREE here: techexplorations.com/st/summit/playbook