BECOME A HARDWARE-CODER!
Micro-controlls are small computers which can be programmed. They are build into almost every technical device you know. You could find it in toys, microwaves, cellphones, robots and spacecrafts.
Here we show you, how you can program it yourself. From blinking LEDs to your own digital pet you can explore the exciting world of programmable hardware.
5. The Breadboard
What is a breadboard and how does it work? Why do some materials conduct electricity?
6. Digital Out Preparation
We build our first interactive circuit which we can program with Arduino.
8. It’s blinking!
Now we make the LED blinking. I show you why we sometimes have to stop the Arduino.
10. For-Loop and the LED calculator
Now, I show you the for-loop. We use it to build a LED calculator.
12. The Button and the if-Statement
Now you learn the if-statement. It is one of the most important constructions in programming.
13. Fading LEDs using the Analog Output
I show you, that LEDs can not only be switched on or off but even be faded.
17. The sun plays music: The analog input
Can she sun play music? How does a photo-resistor works? What is an analog input?