If you’ve got your prototype design approach down and have learned all about the types of input devices Arduino can work with, you’re ready to work with the output devices that will make your creations produce actions in the physical world. In this course, you’ll get an overview of everything from simple outputs (LEDs, buzzers) to the more complex (motors, speakers, and graphical displays). You’ll also learn how to wire them up and program them.
- Understand how to work with relays, including high voltage relays
- Learn to add movement with multiple motor types, pneumatic actuators, and hydraulic actuators
- Discover how to wire up and control visual feedback devices like LEDs and OLEDs
- Learn to create sound outputs using buzzers, speakers, MP3 and WAV files, and Midi devices
Marc De Vinck is the Dexter F. Baker Professor of Practice in Creativity at Lehigh University. Ametalsmith, illustrator, 3D modeler, teacher, and writer, Marc sits on the Advisory Council forthe New York Hall of Science Innovation Institute. He's authored many titles for O'Reilly and Make, including Arduino Prototyping Basics and MintDuino: Building an Arduino-Compatible Breadboard Microcontroller.
Table of contents
- Prototyping with Outputs
- Prototyping Visual Feedback
- Prototyping with Sound
- Prototyping Movement
- Title: Arduino Outputs
- Release date: February 2017
- Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- ISBN: 9781491963265
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