Arduino Step by Step (2017) Your complete guide

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Arduino Step by Step (2017) Your complete guide
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What Will I Learn?
Program the Arduino prototyping platform
Understand the principles of programming micro-controllers
Understand and use many types of sensors and components
Understand analog and digital inputs and outputs
Write simple Arduino sketches that can get sensor reading, make LEDs blink, write text on an LCD screen, read the position of a potentiometer, and much more.
Understand the ways by which the Arduino can communicate with other devices
Requirements
No materials required if you only wish to view the course
A Windows, Mac or Linux computer
An Arduino Uno
Electronics parts like resistors, LEDs, sensors, as listed in Section 1 of the course

This course is for the new Arduino Beginner .

Are you excited to do useful and fun projects like a robot or home control system that controlled your home and you are abroad ..etc ?

Do you have a passion for learning?

If you answered “yes!” to both, then you are ready to get started!

so you need Learn the Arduino platform and programming language to create robots, interactive art displays, electronic toys, home automation tools, and much more.

The Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Sensing the environment by receiving inputs from many sensors, Arduino affects its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and a number of other accessories. It’s intended for anyone making interactive hardware projects.

This course is designed to introduce the Arduino hardware and programming environment to get you started on building projects as soon as possible.

Contents and Overview This course is designed for anyone interested in learning electronic design. No experience is required, and all you need is an Arduino and several low cost components.

Who is the target audience?

Students over 10 years of age, or younger with with adult supervision.
Students with a little or no prior experience with electronics or programming.
Anyone with a curiosity for making electronics.
People with no experience in electronics.
People with an intermediate knowledge of electronics.

Who is the target audience?
Anyone with a curiosity for making electronics
Children over 12 years old (or younger with supervision)
People with an intermediate knowledge of electronics
People with no experience in electronics

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