Arduino Programming and Hardware Basics with Wio Terminal
What you'll learn
- Arduino Programming
- Embedded Electronics
- Preferred to have a Wio Terminal
- Access to a computer (Windows/ Mac/ Linux) to install Arduino
In this course, I will explain how to use the Wio Terminal along with the software and present you with fun demos as well! So I hope this helps you to gain more knowledge on how to program with the Wio Terminal!
In this course, you will learn the following:
Getting started with Arduino using Wio Terminal
Draw text strings, shapes, line charts, and histograms on the Wio Terminal LCD
Display images on Wio Terminal LCD
Use Grove modules with Wio Terminal
Different communication protocols
Build-in hardware/ sensors on the Wio Terminal
Building a TV remote using the IR Emitter on Wio Terminal
Smart Garden Project using Wio Terminal
Use Wio Terminal as a mouse and a keyboard with your computer
Wio Terminal with USB Type-C Cable
PC with internet connection
No previous knowledge is needed to get started with this course. It is beginner-friendly
Wio Terminal Background:
Compatible with Arduino and MicroPython, Wio Terminal is an ATSAMD51-based microcontroller with both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity powered by Realtek RTL8720DN. Currently, wireless connectivity is only supported by Arduino. More than just a single embedded functional module, Wio Terminal itself is integrated with a 2.4” LCD Screen, onboard IMU(LIS3DHTR), microphone, buzzer, microSD card slot, light sensor, infrared emitter(IR 940nm). All of these practical add-ons are carefully housed in a compact enclosure, making it an efficient and product-ready product. Equipped with Raspberry Pi 40-pin GPIO, it can be mounted to a Raspberry Pi as a slave device.
Who this course is for:
- Arduino Beginner
- Arduino Enthusiast
- Wio Terminal User
Lakshantha is currently working as a Field Applications Engineer at Seeed Studio, exploring the world of Open Source Electronics Hardware. He is working with the Applications Engineering Team to build interesting projects, demonstrations, showcase products, and create online videos to teach everyone about how to play around with electronics hardware.
Seeed has been serving the global developer community since 2008, by providing open technology and agile manufacturing services, with the mission to make hardware more accessible and lower the threshold for hardware innovation. With Shenzhen’s vast resources, and trusted technology and distribution partners around the world, Seeed strives to be the most integrated platform for creating hardware solutions for IoT, edge AI applications.