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Making Things Talk (by Tom Igoe): teaches you how to get your creations to communicate with one another by forming networks of smart devices that carry on conversations with you and your environment.

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Making Things Talk (by Tom Igoe): teaches you how to get your creations to communicate with one another by forming networks of smart devices that carry on conversations with you and your environment.

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Wiring electronics reference: circuit diagrams for connecting a variety of basic electronic components.

Schematics to circuits: from Wiring, a guide to transforming circuit diagrams into physical circuits.

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Fritzing: an open source electronic circuit diagramming tool designed for users not previously familiar with electronic schematic diagrams.

Schematics to circuits: from Wiring, a guide to transforming circuit diagrams into physical circuits.

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Tutorials created by the Arduino community. Hosted on the publicly-editable playground wiki.

Board Setup and Configuration: Information about the components and usage of Arduino hardware.

Interfacing With Hardware: Code, circuits, and instructions for using various electronic components with an Arduino board.

  • Output
  • Input
  • Interaction
  • Storage
  • Communication

Interfacing with Software: how to get an Arduino board talking to software running on the computer (e.g. Processing, PD, Flash, Max/MSP).

Code Library and Tutorials: Arduino functions for performing specific tasks and other programming tutorials.

Electronics Techniques: tutorials on soldering and other electronics resources.

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Additional documentation has been created by the Arduino community on the publicly-editable playground wiki.

May 19, 2009, at 08:39 PM by David A. Mellis -
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Arduino 101 videos from Make (part of the How-To-Tuesday series):

  • The LED
  • The button
  • Potentiometers and servos
  • Accelerometers
  • more...
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Getting Started With Arduino (by Massimo Banzi): It's a guide for absolute beginners that takes you through the basic steps of learning how to use Arduino.

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Arduino Booklet (pdf): an illustrated guide to the philosophy and practice of Arduino.

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June 08, 2008, at 06:30 PM by David A. Mellis -
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Wiring electronics reference: circuit diagrams for connecting a variety of basic electronic components.

Schematics to circuits: from Wiring, a guide to transforming circuit diagrams into physical circuits.

June 08, 2008, at 06:29 PM by David A. Mellis -
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Learn electronics using Arduino: an introduction to programming, input / output, communication, etc. using Arduino. By ladyada.

  • Lesson 0: Pre-flight check...Is your Arduino and computer ready?
  • Lesson 1: The "Hello World!" of electronics, a simple blinking light
  • Lesson 2: Sketches, variables, procedures and hacking code
  • Lesson 3: Breadboards, resistors and LEDs, schematics, and basic RGB color-mixing
  • Lesson 4: The serial library and binary data - getting chatty with Arduino and crunching numbers
  • Lesson 5: Buttons & switches, digital inputs, pull-up and pull-down resistors, if/if-else statements, debouncing and your first contract product design.

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Learn electronics using Arduino: an introduction to programming, input / output, communication, etc. using Arduino. By ladyada.

  • Lesson 0: Pre-flight check...Is your Arduino and computer ready?
  • Lesson 1: The "Hello World!" of electronics, a simple blinking light
  • Lesson 2: Sketches, variables, procedures and hacking code
  • Lesson 3: Breadboards, resistors and LEDs, schematics, and basic RGB color-mixing
  • Lesson 4: The serial library and binary data - getting chatty with Arduino and crunching numbers
  • Lesson 5: Buttons & switches, digital inputs, pull-up and pull-down resistors, if/if-else statements, debouncing and your first contract product design.
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Tom Igoe's Physical Computing Site: lots of information on electronics, microcontrollers, sensors, actuators, books, etc.

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Making Things Talk (by Tom Igoe): teaches you how to get your creations to communicate with one another by forming networks of smart devices that carry on conversations with you and your environment.
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Making Things Talk (by Tom Igoe): teaches you how to get your creations to communicate with one another by forming networks of smart devices that carry on conversations with you and your environment.

May 06, 2008, at 08:13 PM by David A. Mellis -
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Other Examples and Tutorials

Example labs from ITP

Spooky Arduino: Longer presentation-format documents introducing Arduino from a Halloween hacking class taught by TodBot:

  • class 1 (getting started)
  • class 2 (input and sensors)
  • class 3 (communication, servos, and pwm)
  • class 4 (piezo sound & sensors, arduino+processing, stand-alone operation)

Bionic Arduino: another Arduino class from TodBot, this one focusing on physical sensing and making motion.

Examples from Tom Igoe

Examples from Jeff Gray

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Manuals, Curricula, and Other Resources

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Books and Manuals

Making Things Talk (by Tom Igoe): teaches you how to get your creations to communicate with one another by forming networks of smart devices that carry on conversations with you and your environment.
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Example labs from ITP

Spooky Arduino: Longer presentation-format documents introducing Arduino from a Halloween hacking class taught by TodBot:

  • class 1 (getting started)
  • class 2 (input and sensors)
  • class 3 (communication, servos, and pwm)
  • class 4 (piezo sound & sensors, arduino+processing, stand-alone operation)

Bionic Arduino: another Arduino class from TodBot, this one focusing on physical sensing and making motion.

Examples from Tom Igoe

Examples from Jeff Gray

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April 30, 2008, at 01:44 AM by David A. Mellis -
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Examples from Jeff Gray

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Links

Arduino examples, tutorials, and documentation elsewhere on the web.

Community Documentation

Tutorials created by the Arduino community. Hosted on the publicly-editable playground wiki.

Board Setup and Configuration: Information about the components and usage of Arduino hardware.

Interfacing With Hardware: Code, circuits, and instructions for using various electronic components with an Arduino board.

  • Output
  • Input
  • Interaction
  • Storage
  • Communication

Interfacing with Software: how to get an Arduino board talking to software running on the computer (e.g. Processing, PD, Flash, Max/MSP).

Code Library and Tutorials: Arduino functions for performing specific tasks and other programming tutorials.

Electronics Techniques: tutorials on soldering and other electronics resources.

Manuals, Curricula, and Other Resources

Arduino Booklet (pdf): an illustrated guide to the philosophy and practice of Arduino.

Learn electronics using Arduino: an introduction to programming, input / output, communication, etc. using Arduino. By ladyada.

  • Lesson 0: Pre-flight check...Is your Arduino and computer ready?
  • Lesson 1: The "Hello World!" of electronics, a simple blinking light
  • Lesson 2: Sketches, variables, procedures and hacking code
  • Lesson 3: Breadboards, resistors and LEDs, schematics, and basic RGB color-mixing
  • Lesson 4: The serial library and binary data - getting chatty with Arduino and crunching numbers
  • Lesson 5: Buttons & switches, digital inputs, pull-up and pull-down resistors, if/if-else statements, debouncing and your first contract product design.

Example labs from ITP

Spooky Arduino: Longer presentation-format documents introducing Arduino from a Halloween hacking class taught by TodBot:

  • class 1 (getting started)
  • class 2 (input and sensors)
  • class 3 (communication, servos, and pwm)
  • class 4 (piezo sound & sensors, arduino+processing, stand-alone operation)

Bionic Arduino: another Arduino class from TodBot, this one focusing on physical sensing and making motion.

Examples from Tom Igoe

Examples from Jeff Gray

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