Getting Started with Arduino

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  • Note: I’m only using this because I couldn’t get a good quality Arduino logo.
  • Note: It’s actually more complicated. There needs to be REGULATED voltage
  • That’s the actual code to blink a LED
  • Arduino started in 2005 as a project for students at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea in Ivrea, Italy. At that time program students used a "BASIC Stamp" at a cost of $100, considered expensive for students. Massimo Banzi, one of the founders, taught at Ivrea.[2]
    A hardware thesis was contributed for a wiring design by Colombian student Hernando Barragan. After the wiring platform was complete, researchers worked to make it lighter, less expensive, and available to the open source community. The school eventually closed down, so these researchers, one of them David Cuartielles, promoted the idea.[2]
    The current prices run around $30 and related "clones" as low as $9.[2][3]
    Taken from Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arduino
  • Not just this, but there’s a whole family of products available - http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Products
  • That’s the actual code to blink a LED
  • Blink an LED - http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/Blink
  • Blink an LED - http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/Blink
  • Blink both
    Alternate
    Alternate with delay
    About knight rider?
  • Pulsing it at intervals, increasing and decreasing the time of pulse being on
  • That’s the actual code to blink a LED
  • Fade the LED using example from here - http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/Fade
  • Simple push button example - http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/Button
  • Here’s a photoresister (in your kit) as input. It’s resistance will change with the level of light hitting it, thus changing the analog input value.
  • Getting Started with Arduino

    1. 1. IN THE BEGINNING…
    2. 2. WANN A BL INK AN LE D?
    3. 3. DO YOU HEX?
    4. 4. TO MAKE LIFE EASIE R…
    5. 5. MA SSIMO BANZI & FRIENDS
    6. 6. STAR TED SELLING THESE
    7. 7. REMEMBE R THIS?
    8. 8. AND THIS?
    9. 9. IS NOW T HIS…
    10. 10. WHAT IS ARDUINO? • Prototyping platform for physical computing • An abstraction layer that simplifies physical computing • Taken the world by storm due to ease of use • It’s Open Source
    11. 11. INTRODUCING LEON ARDO
    12. 12. KNOW YO UR PINOUTS
    13. 13. ARDUINO I DE
    14. 14. LE T’ S BL IN K A N L E D
    15. 15. SIMPLEST SETUP
    16. 16. BUT LET’S USE A BRE ADBOARD
    17. 17. YOU R T U RN . BLI NK TW O L E D S
    18. 18. H OW A BO UT FAD I N G I T ?
    19. 19. HE LLO P WM Pulse-Width Modulation
    20. 20. PULSE WIDTH MODULATION
    21. 21. LE T ’S FAD E T H AT L E D HANDS ON WALKTHROUGH
    22. 22. TH AT’ S O U T P UT HANDS ON WALKTHROUGH
    23. 23. L ET’ S TRY IN P UT HANDS ON WALKTHROUGH
    24. 24. INPUT WITH PUSHBUTTON
    25. 25. INPUT WITH SENSOR S
    26. 26. INPUT + O UT P U T HANDS ON WALKTHROUGH
    27. 27. INPUT WITH INPUT + SENSORS
    28. 28. LE T’ S EX P E RI ME N T GO NUTS!
    29. 29. MO R E NE X T T IM E …

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