Schedule Although the schedule for the semester is tight in terms of assignments and critique, there is room for a handful of technical demonstrations and work days later in the semester while you are completing your projects.


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The semester layout!



First things first. Buy what you need!
Required Books/Readings

  • *Programming Arduino: Getting Started with Sketches, Second Edition (Tab) by Simon Monk

http://amzn.to/2wKqzBZ


  • *Make: Electronics: Learning Through Discovery by Charles Platt

http://amzn.to/2viXugK
Required Materials/Supplies

  • Elegoo UNO Project Super Starter Kit with Tutorial for Arduino
    http://amzn.to/2wKmwFV

  • Elegoo AC 100V-240V Converter Adapter DC 9V 1A Power Supply

http://amzn.to/2wB9VV6

OR usb adapter (kit comes with cable; you may already have one of these)

http://amzn.to/2wBcsyJ

  • sketchbook or notebook 


  • construction supplies as needed 


  • other materials as needed for each student’s specific project ideas. These may include 
 sensors, motors, lights, shields, chips, components, etc.


Recommended Books and Supplies

  • Practical Electronics for Inventors, Fourth Edition by Paul Scherz

http://amzn.to/2vj4TNc

  • Arduino Workshop: A Hands-On Introduction with 65 Projects by John Boxall

http://amzn.to/2wAKUJz

  • The Art of Electronics 3rd Edition by Paul Horowitz

http://amzn.to/2wKygYW

  • Elegoo Upgraded 37 in 1 Sensor Modules Kit with Tutorial

http://amzn.to/2vBou6m

Schedule



Although the schedule for the semester is tight in terms of assignments and critique, there is room for a handful of technical demonstrations and work days later in the semester while you are completing your projects. Please do not hesitate to tell me if there are specific skills you wish to learn, and feel free to conversely offer your own skill-sets to the class – I’m happy to schedule a student demo for extra credit. Note that this schedule is only a proposed outline – it may change based on the skill levels and needs of the class, or unforeseen circumstances.
Green is homework, and counts towards participation and ongoing assignments grades

Red is home- or classwork graded individually towards your final grade

Orange is due dates/work for 418 students

(418 students who have not previously taken 318 will follow the 318 syllabus and deadlines, but additionally need to meet with me twice outside of class time to discuss electronics fitting into their practice, give the 418 extra presentation at week 10, and do more advanced statements, budgets, and floor plans for the mid-term and final projects)

Week 1

Sep 6

Introductions


Syllabus


Equipment and Materials Assignments, Files, Documentation

Inspiration & Examples: COOL PROJECTS!

Choose a paper animation to make: https://www.robives.com
Homework:

ORDER CLASS MATERIALS ONLINE

Read “Make: Electronics” Chapter 1 – online at http://bit.ly/2vYepCA

Begin paper animation

bring a 9v battery to class (buy one if your Elegoo kit will not yet be here!)
Week 2


Sep 11

Electricity Lesson: Ohm’s Law, AC/DC, Heat, Generators, and the Environment

Multi-meters: continuity, resistance, amperage, and voltage

Wires (solid core & stranded) and cutters/strippers

Reading and testing resistors, LEDs, and more!

Build a simple Circuit
 (battery, 2.2k resistor, LED)

Variable resistors
Homework:

Finish paper animations: you will present them to the class, be prepared to speak!

Download and install Fritzing - http://fritzing.org/download

Download and install Arduino - https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software

Download Elegoo UNO R3 Project Super Starter Kit tutorials - http://www.elegoo.com/download/ (unzip password is elegoo.com)

Sep 13

Finish everything from last class

Present and discuss paper animations

Discuss some buttons (button, tilt, close)

Discuss some actuators (motor, solenoid (not included), light, buzzer)

Project 1 - Switching: Introduction

Homework:

Three sketches for Project 1

Week 3


Sep 18

Present and discuss Project 1 sketches

Project 1 - Switching: In-class work time
Homework:

Read "Programming Arduino Getting Started with Sketches" Intro, Chapters 1 and 2

Again, make sure you have everything you need installed: Arduino, Fritzing, Elegoo

Work on Project 1
Sep 20

Introduction to Arduino (p 3 of Getting Started), board, and port

What does “digital” mean, for Arduino?

Digital input & output

Show multimeter output (p81)

Functions: void, setup, loop. Also: variables!

If/then/else statements (with blink) and its operators (p 42)
Arduino - digitalWrite: Blink an LED (On/Off, delay and millis, and three with different times)

Download ArduinoBook sketches (p 23-4)

Fritzing

Show multimeter input (p84)

Arduino - digitalRead: Press a Button

Project 1 - Switching: In-class work time
Homework:

Download ArduinoBook sketches (p 23-4)

Finish Project 1

418 First 1-on-1 before end of next week
Week 4

Sep 25

Project 1 - Switching is due! Show and tell / crit and grading.
Homework:

Read "Programming Arduino Getting Started with Sketches" Chapter 3
Sep 27 – Class ending early to accommodate Morehshin Allahyari (visiting artist)

More on coding

Variables revisited! Types.

Blink with delayPeriod and millis

For (initialize; until; in between) and while (true) – p 45; benefits+shortcomings

If/then/else statements (with blink) and its operators (p 42): do something interesting with either millis, for, or while

Analog input and output: how do they work? Bits, bytes, ADC, and PWM
Ending class early
Homework:

Morehshin Allahyari Artists Now! 7:30 PM ACL

Read "Programming Arduino Getting Started with Sketches" Chapter 6

“Make: Electronics” Chapter 2

418 decide on Reading 1
Week 5


Oct 2

“bouncing” (p 92) and “the library idea” (talked about later)

Analog out with Multimeter, 93

Analog in with Multimeter, 95 (show with pull down and 3.3v)

Analog input and output: potentiometer and LED

Introduce Project 2: Analogies

Discussion: SENSORS and OUTPUT (revisit artists day 1, show + consider kits)



Homework:

Project 2: emulation artist: cool kinetic work, concept, input/output, < 5mins

(Search on Rhizome, Furtherfield, Arduino, Ars, Transmediale, and elsewhere)

418 Reading 1 and response
Oct 4

Emulation artist presentations

Make: switches-relays-transistors, and more (capacitors!)

Continuity multi-meter for switches

Explain and show a relay with AC/high voltage (also sound!)

Explain a transistor and show with motor or other higher voltage device

Relay with digital

Transistor with PWM

Capacitors lesson

418 Reading 1 and response
Homework:

Three sketches for Project 2, concept, input/output, < 5mins (something for Halloween?)

Read "Programming Arduino Getting Started with Sketches" Chapters 4 and 7

418 Mid-term concept presentation
Week 6

Oct 9

Three sketches for Project 2 presentation

418 Mid-term concept presentation

How to Solder
 (pdf and practice)

Fritzing

Arduino Libraries


Arduino Shields

Arduino Nano

Motors (Servos, Steppers, DC), Solenoids, Piezos
Homework:

Work on Project 2: Analogies

Oct 11

Continue content from last class

Discussion of Interactivity and kinetics – revisit artworks from earlier in the term; the stakes!

Homework:

Work on Project 2: Analogies

Week 7

Oct 16

Work on Project 2: Analogies

Project 2 One-on-one discussions

Project 2 In-class work time
Homework:

Work on Project 2: Analogies
Oct 18

NeoPixel

Work on Project 2: Analogies

Project 2 One-on-one discussions

Project 2 In-class work time
Homework:

Project 2: Analogies DUE!!!


418 Mid-term due!!!
Week 8


Oct 23

Project 2: Analogies DUE!!! (presentation)


418 Mid-term due!!! (presentation)
Homework:

Read Programming Arduino Chapter 5
Oct 25

Introduction to Processing, and demo

Introduction to Max/MSP/Jitter, and demo

Serial Communication

Midterm Project: Introduction

Homework:

Read Make: Electronics Chapter 4

Mid-term emulation artist and 3 sketches 3-6 min presentation
Week 9

Oct 30

Mid-term emulation artist and 3 sketches 3-6 min presentation

Discussion of Integrated Circuits and possibilities
Homework:

Work on Mid-term Project


418 decide on second reading
Nov 1

“How to write an artist statement”

Introduce reading

Midterm Project: In-class work time

Midterm Project: One-on-one discussions
Homework:

Work on Mid-term Project

TBD reading, and 1-page response


418 second reading and response

Week 10

Nov 6

Reading Discussion

Midterm Project: In-class work time


418 Second reading and response
Homework:

Work on Mid-term Project

Draft Artist Statement
Nov 8

418 presentations

Midterm Project: In-class work time (statements)
Homework:

Mid-term Project DUE!!!
Week 11

Nov 13

Midterm Project: Due / Critique
Homework:

Prepare all work for photo and video documentation


418 Second 1-on-1s before Thanksgiving
Nov 15

Documentation! ALL PROJECTS
Week 12

Nov 20

Show Documentation


418 Mid-term documentation

Final Project: Introduction

Homework:

Think about Final Project

Have a great Break.
THANKSGIVING BREAK!!!
Week 13

Nov 27

Technology Demo (perhaps at the Innovation Studio)

Final Project Brainstorm
Homework:

3-5 Final Project sketches (presentation)


418 Final Concept presentation

Work on Final Project
Nov 29

3-5 Final Project sketches (presentation)


418 Final Concept presentation

Technology Demo (perhaps PCBs)

Final Project: In-class work time
Homework:

Work on Final Project

Final Project Draft Statement
Week 14

Dec 4

Technology Demo

Final Project: In-class work time (1 on 1s)
Homework:

Work on Final Project

Resubmitted Assignments DUE on the 6th
Dec 6

Final Project: In-class work time

Resubmitted Assignments Critique (separate from class)

@2pm on campus, WORKING ON IT: DH Lab discussion
Week 15

Dec 11

Final Project: Due / Critique


418 Final Project: Due / Critique
Dec 13

Final Project: Due / Critique


418 Final Project: Due / Critique
FINAL EXAM TIME REQUIRED: Thursday December 21, 10AM – 12pm

Review Final Project Documentation

418 Review Final Project Documentation

Clean Classroom and Lab


Ideas Challenge Courses build on a growing effort at UWM to make the entrepreneurial experience broadly available to UWM students.  Ideas Challenge Courses – offered in a variety of UWM schools and colleges – are anchored in the curriculum of the hosting school or college, but share common attributes that enhance entrepreneurial thinking. 
These courses are:


  • Experiential – in keeping with engaged learning models, IC course are project-based and experiential, offering students the opportunity to apply their learning to real-world projects.

  • Flipped – delivering content outside the classroom with technology and reserving precious class time for student interaction where they share their results (from the front of the class) with their colleagues and instructors.

  • Linked – connecting together IC courses and instructors helps enrich the student experience – bringing in elements of science, business, engineering and arts thinking and offering students the opportunity to connect with students in other disciplines.


 


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