ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – Arduino Programming – 24 Dec 2016


Yesterday we learned a new component: seven segment 🙂 This class started at 1 pm because there was another schedule in the morning. Not so many kids could make it to the class, but we had enough to start the class 🙂


Nafis was back after several weeks 🙂 Welcome back Nafis 🙂


Farrell was ready to explore his new TFT display and connect it to a gyroscope 🙂 He needs to figure out how to make it work before displaying the data readings from gyroscope.

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Nafis’ mom is an electrical engineer, so he really had a great help there 🙂


Capt. Fizhan helped Nafis to get started 🙂


We use common anode seven segment to display numbers from 0 to 9. Renald used common cathode one and it worked as well 🙂


Rezandra missed several classes, and it was great to see him in class again yesterday 🙂


Ren finished his really quick and started to explore how to input the number from serial monitor 🙂


And our Lead Captain was back too, Capt. Zaki 🙂 He was really busy during his first year in high school, now he is catching up with the class to be able to assist the upcoming kids coding camp 🙂 Farrell asked lots of technical things to Zaki 🙂


Captain Malik! 🙂


Capt. Malik with his new ProCodeCG Jacket 🙂


Capt. Zaki catching up with Arduino stuff


Rheino examined his schematic very carefully 🙂

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Raul (wearing grey shirt) is new to the class (this one is his second) but he could read the schematic very well 🙂


Ren’s working nicely

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While Capt. Malik preferred to tinker with his new 8×8 dot matrix LED 😀


Ok it worked and there’s so much thing we can do with this thing 🙂


Malik drew this cute creature


Or smiley


The next challenge for Malik is to make this object shift from left or right 🙂

And the next challenge for the class is to enter a number from 0 – 9 from the serial monitor to be displayed on seven segment 🙂



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