Code the Glow
Presented by Georgia State University Perimeter College
The next time your friends stop by, your home will be “lit.” Smart home technologies are right at your fingertips at our Code the Glow event, where you will create your own automated programmed lighting system using Arduino. Arduino is a powerful, yet accessible, programmable microcontroller board that can be used for many automated projects. Georgia State University Professor of Physics, Mathes Dayananda, will teach you how to use Arduino to program an LED light strip. You can then take your Arduino home to start programming your lights in your house!
Scroll down for information about COVID safety guidelines for this event.
Free parking can be found in the student lots near the C building, labeled lots 8 and 10. See campus map here.
Take MARTA to the Chamblee Station. Then hop the 132 Bus and get off at Tilly Mill Rd & Womack Rd. The GSU campus is about a 0.3 mile walk from there.
This event is held indoors on the GSU Perimeter College Campus. University System of Georgia policy states that masks are strongly recommended while on their campus. All presenters will be masked.
As with all ASF events, we ask you to take care of yourself and your community. Stay home if you feel ill, get vaccinated and mask up when in close proximity to others!