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Thank you again for making it to the end of our two week course. We appreciate your perseverance and hope you got everything you wanted out of this course.

To learn more about physical computing we recommend our accompanying four week course. The four week course is a hands-on physical computing course, where you will be making something, coding it and sharing it with others. We’ll guide you through the whole process and celebrate your first physical computing make with you. It could be the beginning of an exciting adventure!

If you are interested in learning more about the different boards we introduced, we recommend you visit their websites:

For US based learners, another great website to buy products from is AdaFruit. It also has a great number of tutorials on physical computing.

Other free resources include:

You can also visit our website to find out more about the work of the team at Lancaster University.

A final word from you

Do you have any further guides for people to keep up with physical computing? Add them in the Comments section. Plus, don’t forget to tell us what you enjoyed about the course.

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Introduction to Physical Computing

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