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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  2. 2. Overview Why did Arduino start? The beginning of Arduino How it works Different types of Arduino Projects based on Arduino Implications Conclusions
  3. 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. 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. 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. 6. Different types of Arduino Arduino UNO [4] Arduino Ethernet [5]
  7. 7. Different types of Arduino Arduino Micro [6] Arduino Mini [7] Arduino Fio [8] LilyPad Arduino [9]
  8. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 15. References [1] Image from (26.11.12) [2] (26.11.12) [3] (17.11.12) [4] Image from (26.11.12) [5] Image from (26.11.12) [6] Image from (26.11.12) [7] Image from (26.11.12) [8] Image from (26.11.12) [9] Image from (26.11.12)
  16. 16. References II [10] Image from 72157628720817293/ (26.11.12) [11] Image from (26.11.12) [12] Image from (26.11.12) [13] Image from makerbot-replicator/ [14] Image from (26.11.12) [15] Pet feeder (26.11.12) [16] (26.11.12) [17] (26.11.12)