Your first Arduino project: Design and Build a Colorful Musical Toy. Free class

Bill Jamshedji, DroneBot Workshop

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19 Videos (1h 8m)
    • Welcome

      1:52
    • What is an Arduino?

      7:53
    • Choose your Tune and Colors!

      1:47
    • Using a Solderless Breadboard

      5:36
    • LEDs and Resistors

      1:42
    • Piezo Buzzer and Switch

      1:33
    • Parts List

      5:07
    • Installing the Arduino IDE Software

      2:11
    • Hook up your Arduino

      1:28
    • Arduino Inputs and Outputs

      2:20
    • Arduino Sketches 1

      3:27
    • Arduino Sketches 2

      4:45
    • Arduino Sketches 3

      2:02
    • Wire up your Project

      10:39
    • Program the Arduino 1

      1:39
    • Program the Arduino 2

      4:10
    • Let's make Music!

      2:26
    • Playing Other Tunes

      2:55
    • Make it Unique!

      4:15

About This Class

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Arduino’s are a family of inexpensive single-board computers that allow you to create just about anything you can dream of with minimal technical skills.

This class will teach you to build your first Arduino project, a fun device that plays a tune and flashes colored LED lights. You can design it to play your national anthem while flashing your country's colors or get creative and make a unique tribute to your favorite sports team!

Don't worry if you've never worked with electronics or programed before, it's not a prerequisite. Just come prepared to learn something new and have some fun!

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Bill Jamshedji

DroneBot Workshop

Hi - I'm Bill Jamshedji and I've been addicted to technology for nearly 50 years. Started building radios when I was 7, hand-wired my first computer in the mid 1970's and have been on the Internet since 1987.

I have always enjoyed creating things and these days I spend a lot of time building robots, quadcopters and devices for the Internet of Things. You can follow my adventures and see my tutorials on DroneBot Workshop and on my YouTube Channel.

I love learning and I especially love sharing my knowledge. Through my many careers (and I have had many) I've taught writers to use the Internet, website owners to do SEO and children to build solar-powered toys.

When I'm not immersed in technology I enjoy cooking and both listening to and creating music.