This video focuses exclusively on LED control and gradually builds in difficulty to integrate more complicated circuits and coding concepts in the Arduino IDE. LEDs are great for visualizing data so you will be able to see some of the more complicated concepts, such as pulse width modulation (PWM) and analog control, in real time on the breadboard.
In this video, you will cover LED control with Arduino, beginning with some simple LED blinking (the “hello world” for electronics) and then build step-by-step by adding extra hardware to interface with the code and circuits (buttons, potentiometers, and so on). This video also explores how the different types of pins on the Arduino (digital, PWM-enabled, and analog) can affect how you control LEDs. You'll also experiment with data visualization, both with LEDs and the Arduino IDE’s built-in software visualizers.
This video provides an interactive learning experience and with the building block approach you'll be able to gradually step into new concepts.
What You'll Learn
--Breadboard the circuits and code along with the video
--Apply the core concepts further in your own projects later
--Master LED control with Arduino, from blinking to Charlieplexing and everything in between
Who This Video Is For
Beginning to intermediate Arduino users who want to have a well-rounded knowledge on how they can control LEDs wim.