What you'll learn
This course is aimed at people who are either completely new to Arduino and physical computing, or who want to practice their skills with concrete coding challenges. The course is ideal for students in design, electronics, digital arts and more, and it's also highly applicable for engineers, designers, or developers who want to strengthen their skills in interactive electronics.
you will learn about
- How to program an Arduino microcontroller
- Ways to interface Arduino with analog and digital sensors (detecting things like light, noise, or pressure)
- How to use a software library to control motors, lights, sounds, and more
- Application of key concepts for prototyping from Fablabs (learning by example, rapid prototyping)