Meeting Info

Topic: MCU Roundup

Presenter: Nate Zaugg, Phil Gilmore, Dan Beus

Date: Thursday, April 11, 2019

Time: 6:30:00 PM -



Microcontrollers, or MCUs, are small devices that can be used to interact with physical items in the real world. They are programmable and can be adapted to a nearly infinite number of different projects and situations; they provide an opportunity to automate or simplify tasks in many situations. For this month's presentation, we will be covering a wide gamut of MCUs, explaining how to begin using them for projects on your own. We will even demonstrate some of the more (seemingly) difficult tasks, and show which MCU may be best for your situation.

The MCUs we will be using will cover everything from tiny and basic controllers, all the way up to controllers with built-in WiFi, Bluetooth, and CAN communications. If you have ever wondered how to get a device to do work for you, this presentation is for you. If you haven't, this presentation may inspire you to create something on your own. Either way, it should be fun and educational -- our MCU projects have a tendency to be crazy, so it should at least be entertaining.

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