Topic outline

  • Want to use the Makerspace outside of hours?

    • Kit #1: Arduino & Sensors

      Kit

      These resources are for students who have received a USQ Arduino and Sensors Maker Kit, but will remain online for anyone who wishes to browse the course.  To get started, download the presentation and the ZIP folder of Arduino code.  To open this, you will need to have downloaded the Arduino IDE.  You can watch and follow along with the session recording here.  

      Arduino and Sensors Presentation Powerpoint

      Arduino Code ZIP folder

      Want to put together your own Maker Kit for this workshop?  See the 'How to put together your own Maker Kit' guide.  


      • Kit #2: Wearable Technology

        Wearable Tech

        This set of resources is for the Wearable Technology Maker Kit, learn to work with conductive thread and sewable electronics components.  If you'd like to put together your own maker kit and follow through the workshop materials,  the resources to source your own parts are included below.  You will need to download the Arduino IDE for this activity.  

        - Wearable Technology Presentation Powerpoint


        Want to put together your own Maker Kit for this workshop?  See the 'How to put together your own Wearable Tech Kit' guide.  


        • Wearable Tech V2 2019

          In this version 2 kit, learn to assemble a magnetically attachable clothing reflector.  

          - Find the digital version of the fold out instructions here:

          Wearable Tech Front


          Wearable Tech Back

          • Kit #3: LED Matrix

            LED Matrix in the dark

            This set of resources is for the LED Matrix Maker Kit, learn to program an 8x8 light up display to show scrolling text and animations. You will need to download the Arduino IDE for this activity.  

            - LED Matrix Presentation Powerpoint

            - Folder of code

            Want to put your own LED Matrix kit together?  See our Bill Of Materials here. 

            • Robotics Basics Kit

              Robot Kit

              This set of resources is for the Robotics Basics Maker Kit, learn to put together your own ambling robot using Arduino, servo motors and 3D printed parts.  If you'd like to put together your own Maker Kit and follow through the workshop materials, the resources to source your own parts are included below.  You'll need to download the Arduino IDE for this activity.  


              - Robotics Basics Presentation Powerpoint

              - Folder of Code
              Want to put together your own Maker Kit for this workshop? See the 'How to put together your own Robot Kit' guide. 

              • Getting started with Raspberry Pi at USQ

                Pi


                Learn how to set up your Raspberry Pi for eduroam.