This course is for the new Arduino Beginner .
Are you excited to do useful and fun projects like a robot or home control system that controlled your home and you are abroad ....etc ?
Do you have a passion for learning?
If you answered "yes!" to both, then you are ready to get started!
so you need Learn the Arduino platform and programming language to create robots, interactive art displays, electronic toys, home automation tools, and much more.
The Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Sensing the environment by receiving inputs from many sensors, Arduino affects its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and a number of other accessories. It's intended for anyone making interactive hardware projects.
This course is designed to introduce the Arduino hardware and programming environment to get you started on building projects as soon as possible.
Contents and Overview This course is designed for anyone interested in learning electronic design. No experience is required, and all you need is an Arduino and several low cost components.
Who is the target audience?
VISION TECH TEAM
A Team of skilled engineers seeking to deliver high quality engineering content including courses, articles, lessons and online support for all of engineering students from all around the world, under the name of VISION TECH TEAM.
SAMI ELIWA is an electrical and computer engineer, builder, and relentless tinkerer.
As a child, he took apart everything he owned to figure out how
it worked. Since then he has built many different projects
ranging from an electric fishing pole to a remote-controlled lawn
mower, which was featured on the cover of MAKE magazine in
April 2010. Having worked as a builder doing carpentry,
plumbing, and electrical work for eight years, his knowledge is
founded on real-world experience rather than text-book
In addition to building robots and remote-controlled toys,
he enjoys automating everyday tasks, blinking LEDs, designing
and etching PCBs, and lots of random things in between. Much
of his time has been spent researching, building, and testing various motor-controllers to make his bots
move. As a self-proclaimed “poor man’s roboticist,” he will always try to find the cheapest way to do
something—usually by building it himself.