Sensor workshop using the MAKE Controller Kit

Sensor workshop using the MAKE Controller Kit

Here’s the first ever sensor workshop using Make Controller Kit – the intensive 4-day workshop offers a hands-on introduction to sensors, sensor interfaces and integration of software and hardware…

“Michael Shiloh, Margaret Schedel and Michael Zbyszynski will teach a workshop on how to use the Make Controller Kit to interface to a variety of sensors for musical performance, dance, video, sound, and art installations.

Students will learn electronics, how to solder, how to work with sensors, and how to use the Make Controller kit. Cycling ’74’s Max/MSP/Jitter programming environment will be used for manipulating music and images with the sensor data, and to create reactive environments.

In the course of the workshop participants will build a working system which they will take with them.

June 29 – July 2, 2006
Workshop Cost: $600
A $200 materials fee, due by June 19, includes the Make Controller Kit and sensors

Full details are at

Margaret Schedel: Women’s Audio Mission (
Michael Shiloh: MakingThings (
Michael Zbyszynski (”


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