Easy to use reference guide Uses real-world examples Useful for beginning and advanced users Whether you want to build an autonomous robot, automate your home electronics, or just automatically tweet when the bread is ready, you can do it with Arduino. Arduino is an inexpensive, easy-to-use, open source hardware and software platform. It supports a mind-boggling array of sensors and components that you can use to build nearly anything you can imagine. Arduino in Action is a hands-on guide to prototyping and building electronics using the Arduino platform. Suitable for beginners and advanced users, this easy to follow book begins with the basics and systematically guides you through projects ranging from your first blinking LED through connecting Arduino to devices like game controllers or your iPhone.
|Publication date:||28th May 2013|
|Author:||Martin Evans, Joshua Noble, Mark Sproul|
|Categories:||Automatic control engineering, Computer programming / software development,|
Martin Evans is a professional developer and a lifelong electronics enthusiast. He presented an autonomous obstacle avoidance robot at the 2010 Edinburgh Ruby conference and is currently building Arduino based underwater ROV. Joshua Noble is a creative technologist based in the Pacific Northwest who works with smart spaces and tools for creativity. His internet presence can be found at thefactoryfactory.com or on twitter at @factoryfactory. Jordan Hochenbaum is an artist whose work explores new interfaces for musical expression and creative interaction. His work can be found at www.flipmu.com.More About Martin Evans, Joshua Noble, Mark Sproul