Build a Bat Detector: MakerSpace Workshop
Wednesdays, 6-7 p.m., Jan. 18 - Feb. 1
Do you have an interest in bats, electronics, or conservation? Or just want to learn to solder and make something cool?
In this MakerSpace workshop, we will use Arduino micro-controllers to build Bat Detectors. They pick up the ultra-high-frequency calls of bats and then re-emit them at an audible level. With the detector you build, you will be able to identify species of bats by their calls and their behavior.
When: Wednesdays, 6-7 p.m., starting January 18 and running until February 1.
Where: The Robert DeArmond MakerSpace in Price Science Commons and Research Library.
Cost: $30 to cover the detector parts.
Space for this workshop is limited to six. Participants can sign up as individuals, sets of partners, or teams.
For more information or to reserve your place, contact Dean Walton, science and technology outreach librarian: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This workshop is open to all members of the UO community. Accommodations for people with disabilities will be provided if requested in advance by calling 541-346-3056, or email email@example.com.