Arduino Project Guide 25 practical projects to get you started


Arduino Project Guide 25 practical projects to get you started





Arduino Project Handbook: 25 Practical Projects to Get You Started
Arduino Project Handbook: 25 Practical Projects to Get You Started

Author(s): Mark Geddes
Publisher: No Starch Press, Year: 2016
ISBN: 9781593276904

Describe:


Arduino Project Handbook is an beginner-friendly group of electronics projects using the low-cost Arduino board. With just a few components, an Arduino, and a PC, you'll learn to build and program everything from light shows to arcade games to an ultrasonic security system.

First, you'll start with an introduction to Arduino and valuable advice on tools and components. Then you can work by book in order or just jump to projects that catch your attention. Each project includes simple instructions, color pictures, circuit diagrams, and all the necessary code.

Arduino Project Handbook is a fast and fun way to start using microcontrollers that are perfect for beginners, hobbyists, parents and teachers.


Arduino is a small, inexpensive, and programmable computer To control countless creations restricted only by your imagination. As you would Soon, Arduino can be used to create a complete portfolio of projects, Like ghost detector, joystick-controlled laser, electronic template, laser Flight wire alarm, motion sensor alarm, keyboard entry system, etc.

Others. All of these projects are easy to build and have one thing General - use Arduino power.
In the early 1980s, I picked up an amazing paper book Penguin Something like gadgets and tools, titled hidden in a local place Bookstore. 
The projects were as simple as making work Lighthouse using flashlight bulbs and building a rotating display table Using an old clock. The ideas in that book raised my imagination,
And I create since then.

My curiosity led me to disassemble the various electrical elements to Experiment and learn how it works. I usually struggled for Reassemble them together, but they've collected a good set of ingredients to mess around with. (This is a great way to collect lots of parts, through
Method.)

I remember wiring together a series of small bulbs Build two headlamps for my soccer matches on Subbuteo's table top and create a speakerphone system to detonate music at the end of the first half in a game. She even managed to extract some bulbs from Star Wars
A game, just to burn it because I didn't understand what a resistor was at that time. I have used small motors, sounds, and solar cells to Theft alarms and super-fresh cars were set up, and some were burned Engines too!

Around the same time (1983), Sinclair Research in the United The Kingdom launched the ZX Spectrum 48k mini computer, introducing home computing to the UK's mass market. (It was the United States In Commodore 64.) While it means dangerous computer, ZX
The spectrum inadvertently gave more games due to its inclusion Simple programming language BASIC. As a result, the software Houses appeared in bedrooms all over the country as people rushed To build games for ZX.


25 step-by-step projects


Valve controlled by push button
Dim light
Graph bar
Disco Strobe Lite
Plant Watcher
Ghost detector
Arduino Melody
Memory game
Secret Knock Lock
Laser controlled by joystick
Remote control devices
LCD screen starter
Weather station
hex
Game timer reaction
Electronic template
Rocket launcher
Intruder sensor
Laser trip wire alarm
Guard rifle
Motion sensor alarm
Keyboard entry system
Wireless ID card entry system
Rainbow light show
Build your own Arduino

Many thanks to the great team at No Starch Press, especially Elizabeth Chadwick and Serena Yang, to support and guide them in creation From this book. 
Thanks to Christopher Stanton for his artistic reviews and Suggestions.

This book would not have existed had it not been for the inspiring Arduino Founders: Massimo Banzi, David Quartiles, Tom Igui, Gianluca Martineau, And David Meles.

 Thank you for introducing me and the world I wonder this is Arduino. Thanks also to Ken Sheriff, Warwick Smith, Stephen De Lanwei and Abdullah Al-Hazmi have the kind permission to reproduce them Projects.

I must thank my wonderful wife, Emily, for her support and peace Sick over the past year and to free up a room in our house K.

"Cave Man" so that I can compile all these projects - and to resist The temptation to arrange them on a daily basis! Thanks to my father Frank and Lorna for allowing me Freedom as a kid to take things apart and not complain while you were Wires everywhere. Were it not for their support, I would have been so passionate The electronics and gadgets I still own. Thanks also to David and Linda for their wonderful support, encouragement and faith.


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