- For absolute beginners
- Start from Simple Circuits
- Go on build Arduino IDE
- Basic electronics concepts
- Detailed color illustrations
- Physical computing
Learn Electronics with Arduino by Jody Culkin, Eric Hagan
Learn Electronics with Arduino: An Illustrated Beginner’s Guide to Physical Computing by Jody Culkin, Eric Hagan
Whether you’re an aspiring hobbyist or an engineer looking to get your foot in the door, Arduino has something to offer you! This book, Learn Electronics with Arduino: An Illustrated Beginner’s Guide to Physical Computing by Jody Culkin and Eric Hagan teaches you about electronics, programming, and working with Arduino boards through easy-to-follow illustrations and examples that are sure to be useful to beginning and experienced makers alike.
Learn how physical computing can help you build smarter devices while also teaching you what makes those devices smart in the first place!
Arduino has quickly become one of the most popular platforms for physical computing. This Arduino guide will walk you through everything you need to know in order to get started learning about this incredible open-source platform and its potential applications in the world of electronics.
From basic concepts like resistors, capacitors, and transistors to more advanced discussions about digital and analog circuits, this book will have you building your own Arduino projects in no time!
Arduino has become one of the most popular tools among electronics hobbyists, educators, and small business owners because it simplifies working with electronics, but it can still be overwhelming for beginners to learn how to use it.
In this guide to Arduino and physical computing, Beginner’s Guide to Physical Computing by Jody Culkin and Eric Hagan will take you from nothing to using Arduino effectively in just a few hours!
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