About the course
Mastering Arduino Step by Step : Circuits, Programs, Sensor Libraries, Storing and Visualizing Data.
What Will I Learn?
- Confidently use many of the popular electronics components: breadboards, resistors, transistors, LED's potentiometers etc..
- Write Arduino programs with multiple inputs and outputs
- Read values from analog and digital sensors: sound, temperature, light, force, turning moment etc .
- Create music instruments with button and light sensor inputs
- Use sensor libraries for acceleromenter, gyroscope and remote control applications
- Set up scientific experiments using circuits and code to test memory and reaction time
- Save data from ARduino to SD card and export results to Excell
- Use processing to connect mouse and keyboard inputs to Arduino
- Visualize sensor outputs as live display graphs on Processning software
- You should have access to an Arduino Prototyping kit
- You should have admin access to a Mac or a PC so you can install the Arduino Software
Arduino is an open-source microcontroller used for building electronics projects. Since it arrived on the scent, Arduino completely revolutionized DIY electronics, making it possible for artists, teenagers and hobbyists to create a vast array of projects which interact with people and the environment.
This course is a product of my 5 years of playing and teaching with Arduino's. The learning sequence of
Sections 1-3 introduce Arduino and build student confidence by first learning how to just build circuits and afterwards how to write programs.
Section 4 teaches the fundamentals of analog circuits and applies those to sound sensors, temperature sensors, light mixers and musical instruments.
Section 5 takes on digital circuits, starting with button inputs being used to create sound effects, memory games, guessing games with a 7 segment display and measure human reaction time.
Section 6 is all about installing and using sensor libraries with Gyro Accelerometer Circuits and Remote Control Circuits.
Section 7 Wraps up the course with some spectacular visualizations of sensor outputs using a software called Processing.
Who is the target audience?
- Ambitious beginners who want to master Arduino.
- Intermediate coders, electronics enthusiasts who wand to expand their repetoire
- Teachers and educators looking for a systematic step by step way to learn Arduino
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