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My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
My arduino presentation
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  • 1. By,Shamanth.SEce-3rd sem.
  • 2. What is Arduino ?• Open source Electronic prototyping platform.• Includes both hardware and software.• Massimo Banzi & David Cuartielles are founders of the Arduino project.
  • 3. Video on “Introduction to ARDUINO”. BY- Matt Richardson of MAKE magazine.
  • 4. Types of arduino :-
  • 5. Physical aspects :-
  • 6. Shields :- A ZigBee shield.
  • 7. A GSM Shield :-
  • 8. A Wi-Fi Shield.
  • 9. A Relay incorporated with a ZigBee and Bluetooth.
  • 10. An Ethernet & SD card shieldfor setting up a private server .
  • 11. Interfacing Android with Arduino.
  • 12. Arduino IDE :- IDE stand’s for “INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT “. This is a software/compiler which can compile and upload codes to the arduino board using serial ports(USB).
  • 13. Arduino - LilyPad • The LilyPad Arduino is a microcontroller board designed for wearables and e-textiles. • It can be sewn to fabric and similarly mounted to power supplies, sensors and actuators with a conductive thread.
  • 14. How the lilypad is used :-
  • 15. Applications of lilypad :-• Voice activated led flashing t-shirts
  • 16. 15th – 16th september
  • 17. Video :-• Super Angry Birds - a Tangible Controller.

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