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1. 20 Unbelievable Arduino Projects
Here are twenty amazing Arduino projects that you almost wouldn’t believe, if not for that they are the real deal. These authors have turned their wildest dreams into
reality with the power of Arduino, an easy-to-use microcontroller development board. It is no wonder that Arduino literally translates to “Strong friend (masculine)” in
Italian. Anything is possible with the mighty power of Arduino. It’s compact, it’s straightforward, and makes embedding electronics into the world-at-large fun and easy.
Check out some of these amazing projects, and get inspired to build your own reality.
2. Getting Started With Arduino
“Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.”
3. Introduction To Arduino
“The purpose of this book is to get you started on the road to creating things using micro-controllers. We will discuss only enough electronics for you to make the circuits, and only enough programming for you to get started.”
4. 20 Unbelievable Arduino Projects
“Here are twenty amazing Arduino projects that you almost wouldn’t believe, if not for that they are the real deal. These authors have turned their wildest dreams into reality with the power of Arduino”
5. Wearable Computing Using The Arduino
“The Arduino prototyping platform is based on a simple work progress of using inputs and outputs. The inputs are usually some form of button, switch or sensor.”
6. Arduino Guide
“The Arduino microcontroller is an easy to use yet powerful single board computer that has gained considerable traction in the hobby and professional market”
7. Arduino Tips, Tricks, And Techniques
“But first…some history! First there was the serial Arduino (what’s the name of it?) with RS232 which was not used outside of the Arduino team & friends.”
8. Arduino Programming Notebook
“This notebook serves as a convenient, easy to use programming reference for the command structure and basic syntax of the Arduino microcontroller”
9. The Story of Arduino
The first Arduino board was produced on January 2005. Learn about why the board was created as well as the Arduino philosophy and the people behind it.
Project Books by the Australian electronics guru Colin Mitchell:
- A great book featuring projects using the 555 timer (<- wiki link) IC chips.
The 50 – 555 Project Circuits book.
- These two books feature projects made with transistors.
- 1 – 100 Transistor Circuits
- 101 – 200 Transistor Circuits
- This book features integrated circuit projects (IC) 100 IC Circuits
The new Volthaus Electronics Laboratory Motion Activated Alarm Kit is now available.
Visit our kits page to learn more.