Arduino Uno

Introductory Course on Arduino

Learn the basic concepts of programming and control basic electronics circuit and projects using Arduino. Become a MAKER!

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Arduino Uno

Introductory Course on Arduino

Learn the basic concepts of programming, control basic electronics circuit and build projects using Arduino. Become a MAKER!
LED Blinking and Fading
Tactile Switch | Digital Input
LED fading using Potentiometer | Analog Input
How sensors works | LDR
Game | Simon Says

About this course

The Arduino is an open-source hardware/software platform for building digital devices and interactive objects that can sense and control the physical world around them. Introduced in the early 2000s as a tool for design students who had no experience in electronics programming, it has become the most popular electronics prototyping tool, especially for IoT product development and maker community.

This course will take you through the basics of Arduino from both, hardware and software point of view. At the end of the course, you will be able to tinker with Arduino platform with 100% confidence. 

Who is this course for?

This course is ideal for:

  • School students interested in making their own toys.
  • College students from engineering and designing background who want to strengthen their skills in interactive electronics.
  • A hobbyist who is just getting started with programming or electronics.

What you'll learn?

During this course you will learn about:

  • Hardware layout of Arduino Uno.
  • Basic concepts of electronics.
  • Installing and configuring the Arduino IDE software for hardware.
  • Programming in Arduino IDE
    • Structure and flow
    • Variables
    • Operators: Arithmetic, Relational, Logical and Increment & Decrement
    • Conditional Statements: If, If-else, If-else-if
    • Loops: for and while
  • You will understand how digital input, digital output, analog input, and analog output works.
  • You will do several assignments and hands-on activities on Arduino.
  • Ways to interface Arduino with analog and digital sensors (detecting things like light, noise, or pressure)
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