This course teaches in 12 units how programmable circuits can be implemented with Arduino. Children over 13 years learn to program microcontrollers.
Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Arduino boards are able to read inputs and turn it into an output.
Many creative and challenging projects can be realized using different components ranging from simple LEDs to complex sensors.
In this successive course, more and more demanding devices are built and programmed, that require yet encourage working independently.
Contents of this course:
- the functionality and benefits of microcontrollers
- basics of C++
- basic electrical engineering
- simple algorithms and programming styles
- independent learning
- inexpensive hardware
- extensible open-source-software
- clear and simple programming environment
- wide range of possibilities, that appeal to beginners and professionals alike
|Age:||13 and more|
Chapters 15 videos / 56 min
- 01 - Microcontrollers and Where to Find Them 06:44
- 02 - At the Touch of a Button 03:47
- 03 - Freeze! 04:09
- 04 - Everything is Not Always Black and White 04:12
- 05 - Let There Be Light! 04:30
- 06 - Like a Bat 03:42
- 07 - Parking Sensors 03:15
- 08 - Local Warming 03:24
- 09 - The Weather Station 04:08
- 10 - Everything in Your Hand 03:07
- 11 - Et Cetera 02:01
- 12 - For Science! 01:38