With the development of the Arithmetic Logic Unit in computer processors, the generation and interactivity of virtual imagery continued to receive much of the computing world’s attention during the last twenty years. However, the computer world of today is witnessing a new revolution of its own: that of cheap, low-power microprocessors. With the arrival of these new chips, however, attention has shifted to the interactivity of real, processor-equipped physical objects and the new creative direction which they are paving the way for. Beginning with basic electronic circuits and progressing all the way to the sensors and actuators that will play the role of primary components in class projects, this course will empower students with the skills necessary to create substantial works that invole interactive objects. It is intended that students will learn enough about this new and exciting medium for artistic expression to allow them to incorporate it into their future work, with creativity being their only limit in exploring the limitless potential of this field.