SPC’s Music Industry/Recording Arts Program presents The Wrecking Crew: an Evening with Filmmaker Denny Tedesco.
Contact: Chad Mairn, firstname.lastname@example.org; 727-394-6917
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Beginning June 3rd, budding creators and innovators can share ideas, create robots, learn or sharpen programming skills, and build objects using 3-D printers at SPC’s new Innovation Lab. The space, located in the Seminole Community Library, provides a modern, technologically advanced version of your dad’s garage, so to speak.
The space will provide an area where people with common interests like computers, technology, science, or digital arts can socialize and collaborate on ideas and learn new skills. In SPC’s Innovation Lab, which is open to the public, visitors can learn how to program different devices, such as the Raspberry Pi, the Arduino Genuine Mega 2560 Circuit Board, the ProtoSnap LilyPad Development Board, and much more! (Note: originally posted at http://goo.gl/pVZz1P)
We hope to see you Tuesday June 3rd from 11am-12pm and from 6-7pm for refreshments and a chance to tour the new Innovation Lab both located at the St. Petersburg College Seminole Campus Library, room 201. We will also have a videographer at the first event in case you can't make it. Please select here for the Facebook event page for the 11-12pm Grand Opening and here for the 6-7pm Grand Opening.
At this point, the lab will include: