Programming Arduino Getting Started with Sketches by Simon Monk E-Book

Introduction An introductory Arduino programming guide for artists and hobbyists Leads readers from basic through to advanced C programming concepts Fast-paced tutorials for developing working Sketches (the name given to Arduino programs) Fills the gap in the market left by the many books that concentrate mainly on the hardware side of using Arduino Filled with dozens of examples that can be used as-is or m ...

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Arduino ISP (In System Programming) and stand-alone circuits

We use an Arduino to program other ATmega without bootloader . This technique allows you to use all flash memory for code and make boards using new ATmega, cheaper than those with bootloader. The qualities that have made the success of Arduino are undoubtedly the open-source software, many libraries, a good hardware and a virtually infinite Reference that explains each possible use of the platform. But if w ...

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Programming Arduino in C++11 — ROM dumping

In this tool-assisted education video I show how to program an Arduino Atmega2560 board in C++11 to dump a ROM chip, such as a 386sx BIOS or a Famicom cartridge ROM. I also make a ZMODEM sender and a LED blinker in this video. Sorry about the bad dub / lipsync in the beginning. I recorded that part in a very noisy room, using a bad microphone (internal to the camera), and in another language, so I had to du ...

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Arduino Uno – Programming With A Serial Port

I’m working on an Arduino clone.  The Arduino is essentially an ATMEGA328P development board with a bootloader pre-loaded.  There are a lot of custom macros built into the programming interface that make it really easy to use, and even easy to build some powerful applications.  Arduinos have taken off and can be found everywhere, doing everything.   The hardware and software is open-source which seems to ha ...

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Learning Game Programming with Esplora at the Iron Yard

Anne Mahaffey is an engineer with Analog Devices and was one of the beta testers for the Arduino Due. Anne’s been an ardent advocate for Arduino at Analog, and recently contacted us about a workshop she was planning with the Iron Yard, an accelerator in her hometown of Greenville, South Carolina. The workshop was to introduce kids to programming in Scratch, and to let them build their own game controller wi ...

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Programming Your Home by Mike Riley E-Book

Book Description Open locked doors using your smartphone. Assemble a bird feeder that posts Twitter tweets to tell you when the birds are feeding or when bird seed runs low. Have your home speak to you when you receive email, notify you when visitors arrive, and more. You'll learn how to use Android smartphones, Arduinos, X10 controllers and a wide array of sensors, servos, programming languages, web framew ...

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Beginning C for Arduino by Jack Purdum E-Book

Book Description Beginning C for Arduino is written for those who have no prior experience with microcontrollers or programming but would like to experiment and learn both. This book introduces you to the C programming language, reinforcing each programming structure with a simple demonstration of how you can use C to control the Arduino family of microcontrollers. Author Jack Purdum uses an engaging style ...

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Interface and Application Programming

My sensors have not been functioning too well with my computer, as every time I try to connect the hello.light or hello.mic boards and run python through my terminal, I either get the error "resource busy", or my computer completely freezes! Therefore, I decided to try and program some sensors via an Arduino board and the Arduino IDE I first decided to build the 'Barduino' board, designed by Luciano at Fab ...

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Beginning Arduino Programming by Brian Evans E-Book

Beginning Arduino Programming allows you to quickly and intuitively develop your programming skills through sketching in code. This clear introduction provides you with an understanding of the basic framework for developing Arduino code, including the structure, syntax, functions, and libraries needed to create future projects. You will also learn how to program your Arduino interface board to sense the phy ...

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Programming an ATTiny13A using Arduino & servo interpreter

So there I was, browsing eBay, looking for some cheap deals on Atmel chips when i came across a pair of ATTiny13 chips for £2.50. I just had to have them! After all, how hard can it be? I needed a small chip to read servo signals from a hobby RC Receiver and control a laser output. Once they arrived it dawned on me that I actually had no idea how to program these little chips. Dom and I spent hours trying v ...

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Programming Arduino Wirelessly

The Arduino system offers an easy and open-source method for programming microcontrollers. Normally this means using a serial cable or USB cable attached directly to the microcontroller project. But what if your project is floating in a weather balloon, glued to the bottom of a swimming pool or baked into a loaf of bread? It would be great to upload code changes wirelessly, and even greater if you could do ...

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Arduino Programming With Atmel Studio 6.0

How to import the compiled Arduino IDE libraries into Atmel Studio 6.0 using a program written by Omar Francisco. This will allow you to use the feature rich programming environment of Atmel Studio to program the Arduino Uno. Other Arduino boards such as the Mega can also be used inside Atmel Studio but that is outside the scope of this video. ...

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