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  • Using Arduino from the command line
October 01, 2006, at 10:41 PM by David A. Mellis - adding Asuro robot
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  • Arduino and the Asuro robot
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Coming soon

  • read a speed-meter
  • read a preamplified microphone
  • read a potentiometer
  • read a compass chip
  • control Yampp Industrial MP3 player
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Interfacing

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Interfacing w/ Hardware

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  • Driving a DC Motor with an L293 (from ITP physcomp labs).
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  • Introduction to Serial Communication (from ITP physcomp labs)
August 29, 2006, at 12:41 AM by David A. Mellis - organizing tutorials
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  • Digital Input and Output (from ITP physcomp labs)
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  • MIDI Output (from ITP physcomp labs)
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Other Examples

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Complex Sensors

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Sound

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Interfacing

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  • Example labs from ITP
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Example labs from ITP

August 29, 2006, at 12:34 AM by David A. Mellis - adding link to led as light sensor
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  • LED as light sensor (en Francais).
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  • RS-232 PC/Arduino interface with software serial
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  • RS-232 computer interface
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  • RS-232 PC/Arduino interface with software serial
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  • Example labs from ITP
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July 05, 2006, at 12:59 AM by David A. Mellis - adding links to playground and tutorials.
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  • AVRISP mkII on the Mac
  • Non-volatile memory (EEPROM)
  • Bluetooth
  • Zigbee
May 24, 2006, at 03:47 PM by David A. Mellis - adding interfacing
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Interfacing with Other Software

  • Arduino + Flash
  • Arduino + Processing
  • Arduino + PD
  • Arduino + VVVV
  • Arduino + Director
May 19, 2006, at 09:29 PM by David A. Mellis - adding software serial tech note
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  • Software serial (serial on pins besides 0 and 1)
May 15, 2006, at 08:31 PM by David A. Mellis - adding tech note link to Arduino build process page
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Tech Notes (from the forums)

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Tech Notes (from the forums or playground)

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  • Arduino build process
May 12, 2006, at 11:18 AM by David A. Mellis - adding link to libraries page
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The libraries page explains how to use libraries in your sketches and how to make your own.

April 18, 2006, at 08:46 PM by Clay Shirky -
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April 18, 2006, at 05:19 PM by Clay Shirky - Added PWM example
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April 09, 2006, at 04:23 PM by David A. Mellis - Splitting into two columns
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The Arduino board

This guide to the Arduino board explains the functions of the various parts of the board.

The Arduino environment

This guide to the Arduino IDE (integrated development environment) explains the functions of the various buttons and menus.

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Digital Output

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Other Examples

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Learn about the Arduino board

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The Arduino board

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Learn about the Arduino IDE

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The Arduino environment

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April 09, 2006, at 03:49 PM by David A. Mellis - Adding links to hardware and software guides.
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Learn about the Arduino board

This guide to the Arduino board explains the functions of the various parts of the board.

Learn about the Arduino IDE

This guide to the Arduino IDE (integrated development environment) explains the functions of the various buttons and menus.

Examples

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Is there a sensor you would like to see characterized for Arduino, or is there something you would like to see published in this site? Refer to the forum for further help.

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Is there a sensor you would like to see characterized for Arduino, or is there something you would like to see published in this site? Refer to the forum for further help.

March 15, 2006, at 10:44 AM by David A. Mellis - Corrected tech notes forum links.
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  • L297 motor driver
  • Hex inverter
  • Analog multiplexer
  • Power supplies
  • The components on the Arduino board
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  • L297 motor driver
  • Hex inverter
  • Analog multiplexer
  • Power supplies
  • The components on the Arduino board
March 06, 2006, at 11:48 PM by 82.186.237.10 -
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Video Lectures by Tom Igoe

Watch Tom introduce Arduino. Thanks to Pollie Barden for the great videos.

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  • The components on the Arduino board
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Instant Soup is an introduction to electronics through a series of beautifully-documented fun projects.

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  • Power supplies
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  • Analog multiplexer
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  • Hex inverter
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Tech Notes (from the forums)

  • L297 motor driver
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Here you will find a growing number of step by step guides on how to learn the basics of arduino and the things you can do with it.

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Here you will find a growing number of step by step guides on how to learn the basics of arduino and the things you can do with it. For instructions on getting the board and IDE up and running, see the Howto.

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hack a day has links to interesting hacks and how-to articles on various topics.

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hack a day has links to interesting hacks and how-to articles on various topics.

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has some great links in its .

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Make magazine has some great links in its electronics archive.

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Is there a sensor you would like to see characterized for Arduino, or is there something you would like to see published in this site? Refer to the forum for further help.

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Is there a sensor you would like to see characterized for Arduino, or is there something you would like to see published in this site? Refer to the forum for further help.

External Resources

has some great links in its .

hack a day has links to interesting hacks and how-to articles on various topics.

November 21, 2005, at 05:58 PM by 195.178.229.112 -
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Do you want help?

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Do you need extra help?

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Also, see the examples from Tom Igoe and those from Jeff Gray.

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Other Arduino Sites

Also, see the examples from Tom Igoe and those from Jeff Gray.

Do you want help?

Is there a sensor you would like to see characterized for Arduino, or is there something you would like to see published in this site? Refer to the forum for further help.

November 21, 2005, at 05:55 PM by 195.178.229.112 -
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  • read a compass chip
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  • read a speed-meter
  • read a preamplified microphone
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Coming soon

  • read a speed-meter
  • read a preamplified microphone
  • read a potentiometer
  • read a compass chip
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  • interface a tilt sensor
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  • read an accelerometer
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  • the Knight Rider example
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  • multiply the amount of outputs with a shift register
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  • control Yampp Industrial MP3 player
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  • control Yampp Industrial MP3 player

Also, see the examples from Tom Igoe and those from Jeff Gray.

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  • blinking an led
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  • read an ultrasonic range finder (ultrasound sensor)
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  • controll Yampp Industrial MP3 player
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  • read an accelerometer
  • read a compass chip
  • read an ultrasonic range finder (ultrasound sensor)
  • multiply the amount of outputs with a shift register
  • interface a tilt sensor
  • read a speed-meter
  • read a preamplified microphone
  • read a potentiometer
  • the Knight Rider example
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  • Interfacing a joystick
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  • Familiarise with the board
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Learning to use Arduino

Here you will find a growing number of step by step guides on how to learn the basics of arduino and the things you can do with it.

  • Familiarise with the board
  • blinking an led
  • Interfacing a joystick
  • read a piezo sensor

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