Arduino Workshop: A Hands-On Introduction with 65 Projects 1st Edition, Kindle Edition
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|Arduino Project Handbook, Vol. I||Arduino Project Handbook, Vol. II||The Arduino Inventor’s Guide||Arduino Workshop||Arduino Playground||The Maker’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse|
|User Experience Level||Beginner||Beginner||Beginner||Beginner to Intermediate||Intermediate to Advanced||All levels: From naive survivors to hardcore doomsday preppers|
|Description||A colorful, 'cookbook' of Arduino projects, with easy-to-follow directions for complete beginners||Follow up to the first volume, with all new projects and techniques to teach and test your skills||Cool projects introduce Arduino and essential electronics skills, like building circuits, using sensors, basic programming, and modding builds||65 projects that steadily increase in difficulty, ramping up from beginner to intermediate||Challenging projects that explore electronics and mechanical engineering. Inspiration for experienced tinkerers||Generate electricity, defend your base, salvage parts, and communicate with other survivors. This playful DIY guide also includes Raspberry Pi projects|
|Projects include||Ghost detector, memory game, laser trip-wire, and weather station||Rainbow-light compass, bomb decoder game, Arduino robot, and fingerprint scanner||Pen-wielding robot, automated desktop greenhouse, and Arduino piano||Electronic dice, GPS logger, and remote control tank||Automatic watch winder, regulated power supply, and parking assistant||FM radio frequency hopper, silent communication device, disposable-camera flashbang booby-trap, and Morse code beacon|
|Shields used||Motor shield, Ethernet shield||microSD, DFRobot motor, GPS, Freetronics LCD, XBee, Ethernet, SM5100 GSM||Custom shields built in the projects||LCD, screwshield, relay, protoshield|
|Sensors used||Hygrometer soil moisture sensor, photoresistor, humidity sensor, ultrasonic range finder, infrared sensor, passive infrared sensor, piezo sound detector, RFID reader||Photoresistor, axis sensor (compass), sound detector, temperature sensor, ultrasonic sensor, breathalyzer, fingerprint scanner, Bluetooth module, GPS module||Sound detector, photoresistor, temperature sensor, soft-potentiometer touch sensor||Temperature, infrared distance, ultrasonic distance, RFID reader||Ultrasonic sensor, temperature sensor, pH probe, infrared photosensor||Passive infrared, reed switch, temperature, piezo buzzer|
|Number of Projects||25||25||11||65||10||12 (of 20 overall projects)|
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The book also covers how to integrate with a wide variety of electronic devices and different Andruino shields. I only wish it covered the WiFi shields. It does cover the ethernet shields and the cellular shields though, so I'm sure I can figure out the WiFi and Bluetooth from the content of this book. I highly recommend this book.
The book also teaches you the basics (and the more complicated syntax/commands) of Arduino's programming language. Essentially, you get the fundamental building blocks of knowing exactly how to talk to your Arduino. It's exciting, especially as a person new to programming and circuits, to be able to manipulate digital inputs/outputs and work with electricity.
Aside from wanting a little more when it comes to reading schematics (it does tell you what the symbols mean) this is a great book for beginners.
Have had a lot of software development related books and this stuff is hard to present in an easy-to-consume manner & this author does it here.
I finished a couple projects using a couple of other books, then picked up this book and the lights came on! Excellent work by the author to create a technical reference that is readable to the lay-person. This is by far one of the best technical books I've seen in my career.