Date(s) - 11/24/18
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Vacaville's Imagine That!
Any code that uses just two symbols to represent information is considered binary code. Different versions of binary code have been around for centuries, and have been used in a variety of contexts. For example, Braille uses raised and un-raised bumps to convey information to the blind, Morse code uses long and short signals to transmit information, and the example above uses sets of black and white squares to represent letters. Perhaps the most common use for binary nowadays is in computers: binary code is the way that most computers and computerized devices ultimately send, receive, and store information.
We will be using a worksheet to teach the children how to spell out their name using black and white beads as 1s and 0s.
First come, first served. We will continue until 2pm or when supplies run out.
Free with cost of admission.