“I want to put a ding in the universe.” – Steve Jobs
This course is designed to keep the beginners in mind. The course will provide you with vast theoretical knowledge and practical examples of each part .there is no need to have any prior knowledge in C++ or electronics but if you have then it is a plus point. The course will deal with a large number of topics from basics to watchdog timers to I2C communication method the Arduino framework as well as how to build simple circuits that flash lights and spin motors. Following that, we continue our adventure into making noise, sensing the environment, and building a robot. We will begin our journey by basic knowledge of arduino and micro controllers Then we will go on basic setup processes and connections, after that we will on to running a lot of different motors. After that the sensors details and high level communication. Then the advanced topics with complete knowledge and at the end we will be going to do a complete project with the help of all the things we studied in a real time project. Each video lecture is designed to give you one building block of knowledge. Almost every lecture is followed by a hands-on exercise where I ask you to expand on that building block or combine several previous blocks. I provide solutions to each exercise to help you learn. Additionally, most of the sections contain a project that challenges you to synthesize many of the concepts found in that section and from previous sections. Upon completing this course, you will have the skills and knowledge needed to create fun and useful Arduino projects. The course is broken up into a Simple Projects section, an Intermediate Projects section and an Advanced Projects section allowing you to progress to or start from any level based on how comfortable you are with Arduino.
A lot is there to study and we will begin with the basics to beginners then we will move towards intermediate and then to advance levels. A glimpse of the course is as follows:- 1. Introduction 2. what is arduino 3. microcontroller 4. Atmega 328 details 5. connection of Atmel 328 with arduino 6. arduino UNO and bread board wiring 7. let’s get started with programming 8. download and install software 9. about the environment 10. how to blink led (hello world) 11. arduino syntax 12. understanding variables 13. digital read and serial port 14. analog read 15. introduction to pwm 16. fade a led 17. if conditional statement 18. for loop 19. while loop 20. using array 21. difference between input and output 22. difference between digital and analog 23. multiple led 24. button input 25. analog input 26. analog output 27. liquid crystal display 28. types of motors 29. simple dc motor 30. servo motor 31. stepper motor 32. running dc motor 33. running servo motor 34. running stepper motor 35. introduction to sensors 36. types of sensors potentiometer 37. piezoelectric sensor 38. temperature sensor 39. PIR sensor 40. serial communication 41. serial begin details 42. serial write 43. serial read 44. other IDE for programming 45. Atmel studio 46. wiring ide 47. i2c communication and processing 48. spi interface 49. wireless communication using RF remote 50. RFID card reading 51. watchdog timer 52. automatic gate opener : a real time project 53. using multiple sensors 54. multiple sensor programming 55. using them simultaneously 56. running relay with rf remote 57. running them with RFID card 58. conclusion
what you will get • each course video • course complete PDF version to download • complete Codes to download and github link • full explanations at any time by answering questions
- a wide range of peoples from absolute beginners to hobbyists to expert level intellects