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Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you
Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you
Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you
Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you
Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you
Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you
Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you
Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you
Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you
Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you
Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you
Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you
Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you
Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you
Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you
Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you
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Do Your Own Project in an easy way. Arduino can help you

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  • 1. [1]
  • 2. Overview Why did Arduino start? The beginning of Arduino How it works Different types of Arduino Projects based on Arduino Implications Conclusions
  • 3. Why did Arduino start? [2]The reasons because it started: A team of teachers wants to make a tool for their students This tool must be cheaper than previous devices for doing this They want open source project, that way people that want to can help and contribute
  • 4. The beginning of Arduino [2] In “Interaction Design Institute ” on Italy in 2005 One group of people met and thought about it One of the founders of Processing taught there Processing on Hardware becomes “Wiring” Cheaper and easier than “Wiring”, becomes Arduino
  • 5. How it works [3] Device that can interact with the real world Hardware  Microcontroller (Reduced Instruction Set Computer)  Devices Input/Output Software  Processing language (also others like Matlab, SC, Java, etc.)  Bootloader
  • 6. Different types of Arduino Arduino UNO [4] Arduino Ethernet [5]
  • 7. Different types of Arduino Arduino Micro [6] Arduino Mini [7] Arduino Fio [8] LilyPad Arduino [9]
  • 8. Project I: Photoduino Camera controller based on Arduino It works using Arduino’s inputs and it receives the signals of the real world It has different programs [11] [12] [10]
  • 9. Project II: 3D Printers On general aspects 3D printers can make your ideas in a three-dimensional way It uses the additive process Examples: MakerBot, RepRap [13] [14]
  • 10. Project III: Pet Feeder Pet Feeder that opens only for a special cat The cat has a collar with a chip The device that allows the cat to eat has a sensor that can recognize itLink to the project [15]
  • 11. Project IV: Interactive Clothes The LilyPad Arduino is more useful than the other boards because you can sew it on your clothes You can make lights, music or anything you imagine [16] [17]
  • 12. Implications Electronics are everywhere We will be a different type of consumers Equal access rights for all students Startup ventures will have an easier way to do their projects
  • 13. Conclusions “Arduino is a physical representation of the great things that you have in the open-source software but now in hardware” [2] People can see your designs and improve them We can understand the world better We can learn about electronics, to think, to work in a team
  • 14. Summary History of Arduino What Arduino is and how it works The parts of Arduino and different Arduinos Projects based on Aduino Implications and Conclusions
  • 15. References [1] Image from http://www.sacosta.org/rfid_castellano/arduino.html (26.11.12) [2] http://vimeo.com/18390711 (26.11.12) [3] http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arduino (17.11.12) [4] Image from http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardUno (26.11.12) [5] Image from http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardEthernet (26.11.12) [6] Image from http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardMicro (26.11.12) [7] Image from http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardMini (26.11.12) [8] Image from http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardFio (26.11.12) [9] Image from http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardLilyPad (26.11.12)
  • 16. References II [10] Image fromhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/52294450@N06/6872500525/in/set- 72157628720817293/ (26.11.12) [11] Image from http://www.flickr.com/photos/60106003@N04/6041416636/in/photostream (26.11.12) [12] Image from http://www.flickr.com/photos/47208281@N06/ (26.11.12) [13] Image from http://www.makerbot.com/blog/2012/01/09/introducing-the- makerbot-replicator/ [14] Image from http://reprap.org/wiki/File:Mendel.jpg (26.11.12) [15] Pet feeder http://www.instructables.com/id/RFID-pet-feeder/ (26.11.12) [16] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y10TKmVQ1A4 (26.11.12) [17] http://www.flickr.com/photos/leahbuechley/2326630769/in/photostream/ (26.11.12)

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