The Arduino Project Handbook is a beginner-friendly collection of electronics projects using the low-cost Arduino board.
With only a handful of components, an Arduino, and a computer, you will learn to build and program everything from light shows to arcade games to an ultrasonic security system.
First, you will get set up with an introduction to the Arduino platform and helpful advice on tools and components.
Then you can work through the book in order or jump to projects that catch your eye.
Each project includes simple instructions, colorful photos and circuit diagrams, and all the required code.
The Arduino Project Handbook is a fast and fun way to get started with embedded systems that are perfect for everybody, including beginners, hobbyists, parents, and educators.
The topics covered in this book include:
- Controlling LEDs
- Sound Projects
- Servo Motor Control
- LCD Sketches
- Numeric Counters
- Security Applications
- Advanced Applications
The author, Mark Geddes, is a lifelong tinkerer and gadget enthusiast. Frustrated with the lack of practical, visual guides to help him teach his 10-year-old how to build with Arduino, he set out to record his experiments, and the Arduino Project Handbook is the result. Geddes has a bachelor's degree from Edinburgh College of Art. He lives in Dumfries, Scotland.
This post is part of a series about Controller Area Network (CAN Bus) Prototyping With the Arduino Uno. Since Controller Area Network (CAN) is predominantly targeted at industrial solutions (versus the vastly more popular USB for non-industrial use such as home and lab), there aren’t too many choices available in the market. Through some research (i.e. browsing) I found two very similar [...]