About the Course
Arduino is a open-source tool for making computers that can sense and control the physical world. It’s a physical computing platform based on a simple microcontroller board.
Topics CoveredSession 1: Arduino Platform
An Overview of Open Hardware.
Arduino board layout.
What are the resources available?
Atmega microcontrollers’ description.
Getting started with the Arduino IDE to start writing your first program.
Interfacing simple peripherals like LEDs, Switches and Buzzers.
Seven Segment displays.
Session 2: Project Development
Force Sensitive Resistor.
Hot Spot Potentiometer.
Session 3: Project Development
MaxBotix (Distance Measuring Sensor).
Session 4: Project Development
Interfacing the Arduino with processing.
Who should attendPeople completely new to programming, microcontrollers and electronics or people willing to interface a host of interfaces with the Arduino.
Pre-requisitesBasic Knowledge on Electronics and programming
What you need to bringLaptop with Windows 7 OS
Key TakeawaysProgramming Software
User Manual soft copy