YOUCA Action Day at ToThePoint

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YOUCA: Youth for Change and Action

Today 17/10/2019, more than 15000 youngsters grasped the opportunity to skip a day of classes in favour of working for a day thanks to the YOUCA project. The €55 wage that they earn will go to a charity cause that supports youngsters in Guinee and in Belgium.

You can find the official press release here: https://youca.be/assets/643

Building an Arduino 8 Step Sequencer for YOUCA Action Day.

Whilst some of Loïc’s classmates are working in a snack bar or at a local farm, we thought up of something more appropriate for this student Electro Mechanics from VTI Kontich.

At 15 years of age, this promising student is building a more modern version of the Commodore 64, using a tiny Arduino and a load of patience.

Arduino 8 step Sequencer built by ToThePoint
Arduino 8 Step Sequencer in the making.
How it should turn out to be.

Why does the world need an Arduino 8 Step Sequencer?

It doesn’t – Really. We just love playing around with the latest technologies in our experimentation room called the labo. We thought we’d give this youngster a piece of the action. As you can tell, he’s loving every bit of it!

Loïc, student elektromechanika at VTI Kontich is building an 8 step sequencer using arduino boards and patience at the tothepoint laboratory. His wage of 55 euro that he earned today goes to a charity that helps youngsters thanks to the YOUCA action day program.

Also published on Medium.

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