How do machines sense their environment?
How can they act back on it?
What happens when traces of actions become the base of decisions?
This course teaches basics of electronic, a broad overview of easy to use sensors, Arduino-programming and control of motors and more unconventional actuators.
Using these, participants should construct program driven agents that interact with physical environments.
The course will be in English, unless all participants are speaking German.
Undergraduates and graduates enrolled in the faculties of D, M and A.
In order to successfully participate you will have to:
Application deadline for this course will be October 14, 2016. NOTE: The application procedure may be subject to change due to our membership in the new faculty of Art and Design
To: Felix Bonowski
'Subject: Action/Perception/Machines that do /// Application