Paul McWhorter arduino lesson 29

  [adrotate banner=”7″]   You’Ve learned Linux like your way around the Raspberry Pi using the Linux command line and then, in the last few, lessons we’ve really started working on programming in Python and interacting with these GPIO pins kind of what we’re trying to do is we’re, trying it and learn How to […]

Paul McWhorter arduino lesson 30

  [adrotate banner=”7″]   Those are the pins 1 through 13. These are pins that we write voltages to. We remember that the the pins that don’t have a squiggly line. We can do digital rights to that. Would be a digital right to that pin high or to that pin low, but if we […]

Paul McWhorter arduino lesson 31

  [adrotate banner=”7″]   We have an exciting project today. It is an extension of lesson. 22. What we’re going to do today is we are going to create a GPS data tracker and the way this works is is that you’ve got a GPS. We are using the most excellent Adafruit ultimate GPS, connected […]

Paul McWhorter arduino lesson 32

  [adrotate banner=”7″]   What we’re going to talk about today is we’re, going to talk about the concept of analog inputs on the Raspberry Pi and to kind of put this in perspective. We need to just take a second and look at the big picture of where we are you’ve, been through 31. […]

Paul McWhorter arduino lesson 33

  [adrotate banner=”7″]   But once we start working with functions, we’ve really got to start being mindful and deliberate about what type of variables we’re using. Are we using local variables? Are we using global variables? So I need you to pour yourself a nice cup of strong coffee, wow that’s good. I need […]

Paul McWhorter arduino lesson 34

  [adrotate banner=”7″]   What I need you to do is pour yourself a nice, strong cup of coffee and get ready to learn a little bit more about functions. Okay, what we’re gon na learn today is how to return a variable value from a function. Okay, this series of lessons really started in […]

Paul McWhorter arduino lesson 35

  [adrotate banner=”7″]   We really learned how to run the computer from the linux command line from the terminal window so that you probably pretty feel familiar here with linux. What we showed more recently is you actually can boot the Raspberry Pi in a graphical user interfaces. So now that we know Linux […]

Paul McWhorter arduino lesson 1

  [adrotate banner=”7″]   I think programming, programming and microcontroller is something that’s intimidating to a lot of people, but I will promise you by the end of this first tutorial. You will have written your first program. You will have downloaded it into the Arduino and it will have done something interesting. I think […]

Paul McWhorter arduino lesson 34

  [adrotate banner=”7″]   What I need you to do is pour yourself a nice, strong cup of coffee and get ready to learn a little bit more about functions. Okay, what we’re gon na learn today is how to return a variable value from a function. Okay, this series of lessons really started in […]

Paul McWhorter arduino lesson 35

  [adrotate banner=”7″]   We really learned how to run the computer from the linux command line from the terminal window so that you probably pretty feel familiar here with linux. What we showed more recently is you actually can boot the Raspberry Pi in a graphical user interfaces. So now that we know Linux […]

can arduino analog pins be used as pwm?

  [adrotate banner=”7″]   Modulation, there is just one thing you can measure on and adeno pin, and that is a different in voltage. So keep in mind, the only signal sensor is sending to an adeno is a voltage value in the previous video. We talked about the digital pins and in this video […]

can arduino ide run on raspberry pi?

  [adrotate banner=”7″]   The only problem is that I rarely use them for electronics projects, which means they just sit around collecting dust. So, in order to change that let’s go on an educational journey in which we will find out how easy it is to control the GPIO s of Raspberry Pi and […]

can arduino read frequency

  [adrotate banner=”7″]   You could do right. What could you make that’s kind of cool with just a couple parts like this? Well, what if you made an incredibly tiny frequency counter, it’s a lot easier than you may think so, let’s zoom in and we’ll put it together. Let’S start by taking five […]

can arduino record video?

  [adrotate banner=”7″]   Sketches we’ll also use an SD card to record and playback the motion of a servo motor we’re, making memories today. So welcome to the workshop Music, hello and welcome to the workshop today, we’re going to be working with secured digital or SD cards now I’m sure you’re very familiar […]

can arduino uno connect to wifi?

  [adrotate banner=”7″]   I mean just 5 dollars for WiFi module which works easily with let’s, say: Arduino is way cheaper than an Arduino yun or other WiFi shields. So I went ahead and bought 3 of those quite a while ago, And today I will show you what they are, what they can […]

how to do arduino programming

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