Arduino Meets World

Realize your creativity in real prototypes!

In this practical course, you will use Arduino, an advanced controller endorsed by both academics and entrepreneurs, to tackle global challenges. You will grow more confident in prototyping your creative ideas as we experiment with hardware and software.






Beginner / Intermediate

Must be able to type efficiently 


In Blueinno's Inventor program, Arduino platform is an industrial iOT platform for educators, engineers and innovators. Students will use text-based codes like real developers, no more drag and drop, and work with Arduino UNO and a wide range of sensors to build solutions for real life problem. Design thinking methodology will be introduced in the course. 


Module 1

Arduino for Invention

Discover how code and electronics synergise as we mechanise and code our Arduino robots and gadgets. Apply design thinking process to generate and brainstorm bigger and better ideas and be able to articulate and communicate those ideas.

Module 2

Social Innovation Lab with Arduino

Ask big questions about the world as we uncover how code can be used to make a difference to pressing global issues. Apply your coding and building superpowers to innovate and make a positive impact in your community, society or even world!

Module 3

Arduino Robotics

Combine software, hardware and the power of design thinking to re-imagine and shape the future! Work closely with RFIDs and external sensors to prototype products ranging from auto-watering systems, light trackers, to safes and more!


  • Bring your own laptop with charger and pre-installed Google Chrome browser
  • Macbook user may need to bring USB-C to USB converter

Education Tools

  • Arduino UNO
  • Text-based C programming language

Bring Home...

  • An attendance certificate
  • Arduino kit set with sensors and your final project
  • All project code stored online 

Take a Look at Our Classrooms 

Forrest Leung

Grade 6 Student,
Diocesan Boys' School

Basically, I have learned about Scratch, micro:bit, App Inventor, and also Arduino. I like Arduino the most because I could really apply it in real life, and also on my school's science team. And I would definitely recommend this to my friends to join in because they can also learn more about STEM and science and would have fun with my friends.

Class Schedule 


Lessons per module


Hours Each

1 : 5

 Teacher to Student Ratio

2 - 5

Students / Class

Module 1: Arduino For Invention 


Sat 3:30pm - 5pm

(Jan 7, 14, 28; Feb 4, 11, 18, 25; Mar 4, 11, 18)

$6200 HKD

Face-to-Face at Prince Edward / Online

(free delivery of education kit set)

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