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  • Interaction design
  • Physical computing
  • Covers basics of electronics
  • Arduino board
  • Arduino software
  • Schematic diagram drawing

Getting Started with Arduino by Massimo Banzi, Michael Shiloh

Getting Started with Arduino: The Open Source Electronics Prototyping Platform (Make) by Massimo Banzi, Michael Shiloh

Arduino, an open source electronics prototyping platform, has quickly become one of the hottest platforms in electronics over the past couple of years. As such, it’s probably no surprise that there are dozens upon dozens of books written about it.

However, many people are still confused as to where to start with Arduino, and which book will best suit their needs. This guide will take you through everything you need to know to get started with Arduino, including basic terminology, how to install it on your computer, how to set up your board correctly, and more!

Arduino, the Open Source Electronics Prototyping Platform, combines readily available components with software that can be downloaded and modified freely to create interactive electronic objects and environments. Arduino allows everyday people to develop hardware ideas quickly and easily, even if they don’t know much about electronics or programming.

If you have ever been interested in learning how to use Arduino, here are some tips on getting started with Arduino, the Open Source Electronics Prototyping Platform by Massimo Banzi and Michael Shiloh from Make: magazine that will help you get your first project going quickly.

Arduino, which means good-for-nothing in Italian, has since become the world’s most popular platform for open source electronics prototyping.

This book, co-authored by Arduino’s founder Massimo Banzi and former editor of the official Arduino books Michael Shiloh, serves as an excellent guide to getting started with the platform, whether you want to create your own projects or just experiment with some code to add interactivity to your next DIY project.


You can visit Aruduino’s website to learn more on the topic.


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