Introduction to Arduino

An Arduino is an open-source microcontroller development board. In plain English, you can use the Arduino to read sensors and control things like motors and lights. This allows you to upload programs to this board which can then interact with things in the real world. With this, you can make devices which respond and react to the world at large. For instance, you can read a humidity sensor connected to a po ...

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Arduino – Tutorial Building A Drone With Webcam Remote Control From PC Through CSharp

YOU WILL NOT FIND OTHER ITEMS AS DETAILED IN WHOLE INTERNET In this article I provide a list of components and links of purchase to create your drone (quadricopter) remote-controlled from a PC. Who has not dreamed at least once to have a toy really send out by Hi Tech.A tutorial finished you will have a drone in a workmanlike manner. We start from the key point. What to buy? Hardware Required: 1x Arduino UN ...

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Wii Nunchuck Arduino Tutorial

Why Wii Nunchuck Arduino? You can create and build endless electronics design and project with the powerful Arduino, for example a robot. By attaching Wii Nunchuck Arduino, you create the opportunity to control Arduino using the way we most familiar with, the way we play games! Not to mention, Wii Nunchuck is cheap (~5 US dollars), and it also has three-axis accelerometer for motion sensing, which is very u ...

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Arduino Tutorial (LM35 Temp Sensor)

In this Arduino tutorial I will demonstrate how to correctly connect the LM35 temperature sensor to the Arduino. I will also show you how to write the code necessary to obtain the temperature from the sensor. I will also elaborate on the LM35 sensor and demonstrate a simple entertainment cooler that I have designed to keep my game systems cool while inside the entertainment center. Here is the parts list yo ...

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Arduino Video Tutorials

Arduino Tutorial #1: Uno Hardware In this video I look at the hardware for the Arduino and how it compares to that other microcontroller I've worked with, the Netduino. Arduino Tutorial #2: Getting Started n our second Arduino tutorial, we take a look at what is essentially the "hello world" of the microcontroller world. We go through the setup of the Arduino IDE and drivers, along with the programming Ardu ...

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Arduino Mega Pinout Diagram

Arduino Mega Introduction: The Arduino Mega is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega1280 (datasheet). It has 54 digital input/output pins (of which 14 can be used as PWM outputs), 16 analog inputs, 4 UARTs (hardware serial ports), a 16 MHz crystal oscillator, a USB connection, a power jack, an ICSP header, and a reset button. It contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect ...

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Arduino Motor Shield Tutorial

The Arduino Motor Shield allows you to easily control motor direction and speed using an Arduino. By allowing you to simply address Arduino pins, it makes it very simple to incorporate a motor into your project. It also allows you to be able to power a motor with a separate power supply of up to 12v. Best of all, the shield is very easy to find.   Aside from being sold a number of places online, they are no ...

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Arduino Ethernet Shield Tutorial

The Arduino Ethernet Shield allows you to easily connect your Arduino to the internet. This shield enables your Arduino to send and receive data from anywhere in the world with an internet connection. You can use it to do fun stuff like control robots remotely from a website, or ring a bell every time you get a new twitter message. This shield opens up endless amounts of possibility by allowing you to conne ...

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