Arduino Workshop

Arduino Workshop

Arduino workshop covering Arduino basics, soft circuits, and ATtiny45s.

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Becky Stewart

August 01, 2013
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  1. Arduino Workshop Becky and Anton

  2. Lets us translate electricity into code and code into electricity

    Physical things can affect or be affected by electricity What's an Arduino?
  3. How to work with code and circuits with Arduinos Build

    circuits with traditional components Use less traditional conductive materials to make 'soft circuits' Put code on smaller microcontrollers – ATtiny45 Use Arduino Uno to make sound Projects What are we doing?
  4. Circuit Basics

  5. Light Emitting Diode (LED)

  6. Circuit Basics

  7. Breadboard

  8. Switch

  9. Potentiometer

  10. Arduino Basics In Out Digital Analogue Digital Messages

  11. Digital Write

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  13. Analogue Write Fading on and off an LED or a

    motor
  14. Serial

  15. Analogue Read

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  17. Digital Read

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  19. Arduino Basics In Out Digital X X Analogue X X

    Digital Messages X
  20. Soft Circuits

  21. Sewing LED Circuits

  22. Soft Buttons

  23. Stretch Sensor

  24. ATtiny

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  26. Installing Support for ATtiny 1.See http://hlt.media.mit.edu/?p=1695 2.Download .zip file from

    https://github.com/damellis/attiny/ 3.Extract contents and put in folder named 'attiny' 4.Move folder to inside sketchbook location to Arduino/hardware 5.Restart Arduino
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  28. To Upload Code to Attiny • Select Uno as Board

    • Upload ArduinoISP to Uno • Select ATtiny45 as Board • Burn Bootloader • Upload your code
  29. Sound and Arduino

  30. Group Projects

  31. http://codasign.com becky@codasign.com