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Arduino Step by Step: Your complete guide

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Arduino Step by Step: Your complete guide

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Prof. Shripal Jain

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Weekdays: Monday to Friday (8am to 10am)

Weekends: Saturday (10am to 5pm) 6 hrs (1 hr break)

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Description

Section 1: Getting started with the Arduino

Introduction
List of parts
A study guide – Please view this first!
How to ask a question
The Arduino ecosystem
Tools and prototyping workflow
Let’s make a light blink!
Make the LED fade on and off

Section 2: Sensors

About sensors
Measuring light
Temperature and humidity
Barometric pressure sensors
Infrared motion sensors
Ultrasonic distance sensor
Detecting acceleration
Line sensor (infrared)
Tilt and impact

Section 3: Interaction

Buttons
Potentiometer
The flex sensor
Membrane potentiometer
Making noise with a passive buzzer
Keypad, Part 1: Introduction
Keypad, Part 2: Parallel connection wiring
Keypad, Part 3: Parallel connection sketch
Keypad, Part 4: Single wire connection
Keypad, Part 5: Single wire connection conclusion
Hardware button deboucing
Rotary Encoders Part 1: Background and Principle of Operation
Rotary Encoders Part 2: A Simple Circuit demo
Rotary Encoders Part 3: Adding Debouncing
Fingerprint sensor, Part 1: About
Fingerprint sensor, Part 2: Wiring, registering and recognizing
Fingerprint sensor, Part 3: Demo app with an electric lock

Section 4: Displays

— PHP’s role in the WWW.
LCD character screen, Part 1
LCD character screen, Part 2
Single data wire LCD and I2C, Part 1
Single data wire LCD and I2C, Part 2
LCD and Keypad mini-project
LCD TFT screen
Seven Segment LED Displays, Part 1: Intro and assembly
Seven Segment LED Displays, Part 2: Sketch
Control an 8×8 LED matrix display with the MAX7219 controller
Control multiple 8×8 Matrix displays
Visualise ADXL335 accelerometer data on an 8×8 LED matrix display

Section 5: Motors

— A brief history of databases.
Direct current motors, Part 1
Direct current motors, Part 2
Direct current motors, Part 3
Servo motors, Part 1
Servo motors, Part 2
Servo motors and LCD screens mini project
Stepper motors Part 1: Introduction
Stepper motors Part 2: Connecting a unipolar un-geared motor
Stepper motors Part 3: Controlling a unipolar un-geared motor
Stepper motors Part 4: Connecting a unipolar geared motor
Stepper motors Part 5: Using the AccelStep library
EasyDriver with the NEMA17 stepper motor

Section 6: Ethernet and Internet communications

The Ethernet shield, Part 1
The Ethernet shield, Part 2
A simple Arduino reporting web server, Part 1
A simple Arduino reporting web server, Part 2
A simple Arduino reporting web server, Part 3
An Arduino controlling web server
Controlling a motor with a web browser
Web logging to Nimbits, Part 1 (Beware: this lecture is obsolete)
Web logging to Nimbits, Part 2 (Beware: this lecture is obsolete)
Social logging to Twitter

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