Are you a builder? Maybe builder is a bit of an overstatement but if you like to tinker around and dream of owning a workshop where you can lose track of the hours while you piece together some new pet project then you are certainly not alone.
Many of us have fond memories of building things with Legos, K’nex, Erector sets or even putting together models. Why should the fun end just because we’ve grown up? If you have a hankering to craft something a bit more sophisticated, then this step-by-step Arduino guide is perfect for you!
For those who aren’t fully aware of what we’re talking about here, here’s what an Arduino actually is:
Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. By receiving inputs from sensors (and with a little programming on your part) Arduino is able to control lights, motors, and a number of other accessories.
[list][item icon=”fa-bolt” ]Go from Arduino beginner to master w/ over 131 lectures & 21 hours of content[/item][item icon=”fa-bolt” ]Program in the Arduino prototyping platform[/item][item icon=”fa-bolt” ]Understand the principles of programming micro-controllers[/item][item icon=”fa-bolt” ]Explore basic principles in electronics design[/item][item icon=”fa-bolt” ]Study & utilize many types of sensors and components[/item][item icon=”fa-bolt” ]Connect your Arduino to the Internet for reporting & controlling[/item][item icon=”fa-bolt” ]Use tools to build electronic devices[/item][item icon=”fa-bolt” ]Study shields, accessories & sensors[/item][item icon=”fa-bolt” ]Get familiar w/ advanced integrations with motors, gears & movement[/item][/list]
This Arduino guide has 22 hours of content spread across over 131 lectures, which will take you down the path to building your own Arduino from beginning to end. Normally, something like this would run you about $200, but you can save 92% and get this step-by-step Arduino Guide for only $14.99.