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The really cool thing about Arduino is that you can start playing with Physical Computing, Microcontrollers, and Embedded Systems without understanding much of what you are doing. The Arduino, designed for the novice, has become so popular that there is now an embarrassment of riches when it comes to amount of information and hardware available. So much stuff is out there, in fact, that some folks have trouble puzzling out what they need to just to get started. This text, An Arduino Workshop, and the associated hardware projects kit bring all the pieces of the puzzle together in one place. The author, Joe Pardue, writes the monthly Smiley's Workshop series in Nuts&Volts magazine and is known for his breezy writing style and lucid drawing and photographs that help folks understand complex technical topics. Not sure if this book is for you? Well, you can get a sample containing some of the books chapters as a downloadable PDF file from www.smileymicros.com. With this text and parts kit you will learn to: - Blink 8 LEDs (Cylon Eyes) - Read a pushbutton and 8-bit DIP switch - Sense Voltage, Light, and Temperature - Make Music on a piezo element - Sense edges and gray levels - Optically isolate voltages - Fade LED with PWM - Control Motor Speed - And more...
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Book Description Smiley Micros, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0976682222
Book Description Smiley Micros, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0976682222