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Scratch for Arduino (S4A) is a modified version of Scratch and it has been used by many people in a lot of different projects around the world. Projects are designed to interact with the real world using Scratch which helps one easily receive inputs from many sensors. This course is primarily targeted at learners who wish to explore Arduino and learn about microcontrollers. This course requires one to have basic knowledge in electronics of concepts like voltage, current and resistance.
The course taker also needs to download and install the software on their computer and they are good to go. No prior knowledge of programming or coding is required however basic knowledge about the same is a bonus!
The course is structured as a series of interesting real time projects, through which you can learn how to use the software interface to make Projects of your own. Arduino can be used to change surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and a number of other accessories. It's intended for anyone looking to make interactive hardware projects.
In this lecture, you will be introduced to the S4A interface, including Pin mapping and a comparison between Arduino IDE and the S4A interface where we can know about the differences in form and syntax of the programming languages.
In this lecture, you will learn about the hardware requirements for this project and also about the program used to light up the LEDs.
Students will be shown how to make a connection and also program a code to generate sounds while lighting up the LEDs.
In this section, students will learn how to connect the Potentiometer, Transistor, Diode, Resistor to the Breadboard to control the DC motor and LED.
After this lecture, students will be able to code for controlling the DC motor and LED using the Potentiometer.
In this lecture, we have a look at the PIR motion sensor, its parts and the connection to the Arduino board with the buzzer as well as the LED.
This lecture shows how the PIR motion sensor is used as a theft detection system and the code for the same.
Explanation of the Arduino Motor Shield and Servo motor and its input and output to drive or sense the motor.
In this lecture we have a look at the code for the motor blocks in the S4A interface to control the toy car.
We show you how to connect the device to Arduino Motor Shield and demonstrate the running of the project.
In this lecture, you will learn how to measure the room temperature using LM35 temperature sensor.
LM35 Temperature circuit diagram
Venkatesh Varadachari is the founder of Money-Wizards Global Pte Ltd, that owns the education brands Money-Wizards, PiWizards and Scratch Ninja.
Venkatesh believes that knowledge should be made available to people in all walks of life. Venkatesh also believes in the power of education to transform lives.
Venkatesh has an MBA from the prestigious Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.
He also has a degree in Electrical Engineering from Madras University and a Masters in Financial Engineering from National University of Singapore.
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Kamesh has a Masters in Computer Applications from VIT, one of the top engineering schools in India.
Kamesh is a product engineer with ScratchNinja and is responsible for developing user friendly educational courses to teach cutting edge technological concepts to school students.