The Arduino is perfect for controlling sensors, input devices, and displays.
But learning how to use it can be hard.
Most tutorials are written for people with a background in programming and electronics.
The Ultimate Guide to the Arduino was created for people that don’t have a degree in computer science or electrical engineering.
In the Ultimate Guide to the Arduino, you’ll learn how to master the Arduino by building useful example projects that demonstrate all of the most important Arduino topics.
Each lesson takes an in-depth look at how each device works, how to connect it to the Arduino, and how to program it.
Learn How To:
Use sensors to detect light, sound, tilt and vibration, distance, motion, temperature, humidity, altitude, barometric pressure, magnetism, acceleration, and rotational speed
Program the Arduino with variables, functions, operators, conditional statements, loops, arrays, objects, classes, and libraries
Use obstacle avoidance and tracking sensors, GPS sensors, rotary encoders, and potentiometers
Connect and program LCD displays, LED matrices, seven segment displays, and buzzers
Use interrupts, pulse width modulation, voltage dividers, analog to digital converters, op amps, Schmitt triggers, comparators, pull-up and pull-down resistors, and de-bounce switches
What you get with the course:
45 video lessons
Step-by-step instructions to setup all of the most useful Arduino sensors, displays, and input devices
Line-by-line explanations of the code
Lessons presented in clear, easy to understand English
Example programs and wiring diagrams to download for use in your own projects
Frequently Asked Questions
How much time does it take to complete the course?
The course is broken up into five sections and has multiple video lessons in each section:
- Getting Started With the Arduino
- Programming the Arduino
- Displays and Sound
- Input Devices
You’ll probably need least one hour to watch each video lesson and build the example projects.
Do I need to buy anything for the course?
A complete list of parts will be provided when you enroll.
You’ll learn faster if you build the example projects as you work through the course.
The sensors and devices used in the course are good to have, but not required.
At a minimum you’ll need an Arduino, some LEDs and resistors, a breadboard, and a few jumper wires.
What if it doesn’t work for me?
How long will I have access to the course?
You have lifetime access to the course.
You can re-watch lectures, and even take the entire course over again as many times as you want.
Is this course right for me?
The Ultimate Guide to the Arduino was designed for students that don’t have experience in programming and electronics.
Every lecture starts at the basics, then explains step-by step how each project works, how to connect it, and how to program it.
The course is taught with beginners in mind, but each topic is explored in enough detail that even expert Arduino makers will learn a lot.