Arduino Mastery Projects
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Arduino Mastery Projects

Become a confident maker by creating 10 fun projects
4.8 (13 ratings)
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Last updated 10/2019
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This course includes
  • 35 mins on-demand video
  • 3 articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Assignments
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Convert the broad specifications of a system into a working gadget.
  • Understand the iterative process of prototyping
  • Understand the challenges of implementing an idea into a gadget
  • Appreciate that a single set of specifications can be implemented in a variety of ways
  • Earn confidence in their ability to make simple gadgets
Requirements
  • Basic understanding of the Arduino platform
  • An Arduino Uno
  • The Arduino IDE installed on your computer
  • Basic hardware components (see free Lecture 4 for details)
  • Basic tools (see free Lecture 3 for details)
  • Know how to use the Arduino IDE to write sketches and upload them to the Arduino
  • Know how to install libraries to your Arduino IDE
  • Understanding of programming the Arduino at the beginner level
  • Patience
Description

If you have already taken, or are in the process of taking my Arduino Step by Step Getting Started course, or if you already know the basics of the Arduino platform, then with a little practice you can create very interesting and fun projects on your own! 

We created this project course for anyone who wants to practice the design of simple gadgets based on the Arduino. 

These projects will give you the opportunity to apply your knowledge of individual components and simple programming to design and make fun gadgets.

By the end of this course, you will have dramatically improved your skills and confidence in designing small Arduino-based systems. You will be able to go on and create your own gadgets.

Learning how to design a simple system requires you to think not just about the individual components, but also about how they will work together, how the end-user will interact with your gadget, and how to iterate from prototype to the final version

In this course you will practice simple system design by creating 10 gadgets of increasing difficulty.

If you have an Arduino and a few basic components, like environment sensors, an LCD screen, buttons and LEDs, then you are ready to get started with this course!

I invite you to review the free lectures in the first section of the course to find out more details about it. 

If you are excited about making simple gadgets with the Arduino, join many other Makers and me in Arduino Step by Step Getting Started - Projects!

PLEASE consider the list of prerequisites of this course carefully. If you are not familiar with any of the prerequisites, please consider enrolling to Arduino Step by Step Getting Started first. That course will help you prepare for this project course.

Who this course is for:
  • Current students of Arduino Step by Step Getting Started
  • Recent graduates of Arduino Step by Step Getting Started
  • Anyone with a beginners-level understanding of the Arduino who wishes to create their first projects
Course content
Expand all 5 lectures 37:10
+ Projects
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This is the first mini project in this project course, that we designed to help you make the most out of Arduino Step by Step Getting Started. In this project you are going to make an LED to blink and then you will add a potentiometer in order to control the blinking rate of the LED.
Project 1 – Controlled Blinking
3 questions
In this project you will make an LED array light up like a Cylon light. Use a potentiometer in order to control how fast the lit LED travels back and forth.
Project 2 - Cylon lights
3 questions
In this project you are going to make an Electronic dice. You will be able to replace a physical dice with this one and play your favourite chance game with it!
Project 3 - Electronic Dice
3 questions
In this project you will make an Environmental monitor. The monitor will be able to measure temperature in degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit, humidity and brightness, and display it on an LCD screen.
Project 4 – Environment Monitor
3 questions
In this project you will make a Distance Counter. With the Distance Counter, you will be able to measure the distance in centimeters (cm) or inches (in), of the object that is in front of the ultrasonic distance sensor.
Project 5 – Distance Counter
3 questions
The Proximity Alarm will be able to measure the distance in centimeters (cm) of the object that is in front of the ultrasonic distance sensor and inform us about it. The buzzer will generate a unique sound depending on the distance it detects.
Project 6 – Proximity Alarm
3 questions
In this project you will make an a gadget that produces a noise when it detects movement. We call it “Intruder Alert”.
Project 7 – Intruder Alert
3 questions
This gadget will be able to display the current temperature, barometric pressure and altitude of your location. It will also have a forecasting mode.
Project 8 - Weather forecast
3 questions
In this project you will make a collision detector. When a collision is detected, an LED will turn on for 5 seconds, and the force magnitude in Gs will be shown in the LCD screen.
Project 9 - Collision detector
3 questions
In this project you are going to make a reaction game.
Project 10 – Reaction game
3 questions
+ Conclusion
2 lectures 01:26
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