Arduino For Beginners - 2022 Complete Course (URDU LIVE CLASSES)
Master Arduino Starting From Zero – Learn with Hands-on Activities and Many Arduino Projects.
What You'll Learn
- Master your Arduino, starting from scratch
- Become confident to create your own Arduino projects
- Create an interactive obstacle detection application
- Build your own Arduino circuit with many hardware components
- Program the Arduino with C/C++
- Create an online simulation of the course project
- Learn through hands-on lessons
- Practice a lot with 20 activities and a big final project
- Learn by doing and not just watching
- Understand the “why” behind things
- Start directly with the best practices
- Develop an engineer mindset when solving problems
- Setup and optimize the Arduino IDE
- Master digital and analog pins
- Work with LEDs, push buttons, potentiometers
- Communicate between your Arduino and your computer through Serial
- Save values on the Arduino with EEPROM
- Solve the delay problem with millis and micros
- Multitask your programs
- Debounce a push button
- Discover Arduino interrupts
- Use interrupts with the ultrasonic sensor
- Measure distances with an ultrasonic sensor
- Print text with a 16×2 LCD screen
- Control the Arduino with an InfraRed remote controller
- As the entire course can be done with a free online simulation tool, no hardware component is needed to complete the course.
- But if you want to do the real Arduino circuit (recommended), you’ll need an Arduino board and a few other components (list of components available in a free preview lesson).
- NO required knowledge in Arduino, programming, hardware, or engineering.
- Just a motivation to start doing fun and useful Arduino projects.
Who this course is for:
- Students, Engineers, Researchers, Teachers, Developers, Hobbyists
- Arduino makers who feel stuck and want to really understand what they’re doing.
- Software developers who want to discover the electronics/hardware world.
- Anyone who has a hardware project idea and wants to bring it to the world.
- Anyone who wants to use fast prototyping for a hardware product, using the Arduino.