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Mitch Altman is winding up his month-long artist-in-residency at AS220, and is giving one more workshop this week: a simple soldering project based on the MiniPOV kit, the Trippy RGB light:

Anyone can make cool things with electronics!

It’s easy! It’s fun! — No experience necessary!

Mitch Altman (inventor of the TV-B-Gone and Brain Machine) will continuing his series of workshops at AS220 to teach any and all how to solder. And you will take home a Trippy Mood light that you build yourself! This a great opportunity to make something intriguing and fun, while learning from the (in)famous inventor. All tools and parts are provided. Cost of parts is $20.

Wednesday Aug. 27th, 5:30 to 7:00pm

Learn to Solder: Build a Trippy mood light! | Directions to AS220

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