And you don't even have to use real bread!
Arduiino is an open source microcontroller, based on i/0,
You can use arduino directly through the arduino's programming
language. Arduino can also “'talk' with flash and processing.
A microcontroller is a 'computer single chip',
able to act as a computer
but made to work for a specific application.
i/o is an input-output system.
A system that can receive an input,
process it, and send an output
Is a tool to create small and simple eletric circuits, is reusable and
it's perfect for prototyping.
Is essential for the use of arduino.
These two strips of holes communicate to each others horizontally
strips of holes
to each others
communicate=send electricity/send input and output.
The parts marked in red are a sort of silent area, that stop the
communication between holes.
Think about the silent areas as a river between two people: if you
need to cross the river you can always make up a bridge.
In this case the bridge is a wire.
now don't mind
at the specific project
in the picture,
just have a look at
how the components
in the circuit
Anytime you connect 3 or5 volt
to the breadboard to send electrical inputs,
you MUST also connect the Ground (or grnd).
Plug the 3or5V. in the external string
of the breadboard,
and the ground in the internal one.
Ground keeps stable
the electricity, in a circuit.
Resistors as also
as other components
need a ground end
Electricity conductors you can use it as
Visible analogic output
resistors Reduce the 'run' of electricity of your circuit
In the circuit. There are different
Type of resistors marked
With coloured strips.
They block the flow
Ceramic of direct Cheap and Common
capacitor Current, allowing analogic inputs