Learn basic coding principles, get a taste of Brazil's Carnival culture, eat and have fun!
On January 17, the Center for Creativity will host a Coding Carnival, an all-ages event to share coding principles with all members of the University community.
For this very special event, University of Pittsburgh family members of all ages are also invited to attend! Pitt students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend with their children.
Participants can create binary-encoded masks, make binary-encoded necklaces and bracelets, learn basic principles of machine learning with an analog input-output box, and program a Robot Carnival Parade to dance samba.
Refreshments will be served. RSVP here
This event is organized by Associate Professor of English Annette Vee and Luciana Louro, visiting scholar from São Paulo, Brazil, and sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh: Pitt Cyber, the University of Pittsburgh English Department, the English Department's Digital Media Lab, and the English Department's Composition Program.
Friday, January 17 at 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.