Arduino

Arduino

Book - 2014
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Cherry Lake Publishing
Readers will learn about the Arduino, a small, inexpensive, programmable computer.
The Arduino is a small inexpensive computer that can be used to build and program almost anything a maker can imagine. Readers will discover new processes, integrate visual information with text, and learn technical word meanings as they read the history of the Arduino and see how makers have put it to use in their inventions. They will also find out how to set up and program their own Arduino devices.

Baker & Taylor
Explains how the Arduino microcontroller can be used to make a robot and perform other functions, and describes the device's different components and features.

Baker
& Taylor

Some of today's most incredible innovations are coming from the global community of makers. These thinkers, inventors and hackers share information and technology to push new ideas forward. Readers will discover how they can join the maker movement and help improve the way we live. Also available in paperback and eBook formats.

Publisher: Ann Arbor : Cherry Lake Pub., c2014
ISBN: 9781624311376
1624311377
Branch Call Number: J 629.8955133 O'N
Characteristics: 32 p. : col. ill. --
Additional Contributors: Williams, Josh 1981-

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gveck
Jul 31, 2016

I second Alex' review. Completely worthless even for kids.... and Simon Monk is the man when it comes to Arduino, RPi and learning electronics and programming.

Also suggest everyone have a copy of latest version of :
Make - Make Getting Started With Arduino: the Open Source Electronics Prototyping Platform By Banzi, Massimo

Other with fun projects and a lot of related info on electronics and getting started include :
Practical Arduino Cool Projects for Open Source Hardware By Oxer, Jonathan

Arduino Workshop A Hands-on Introduction With 65 Projects By Boxall, John

Arduino A Technical Reference : A Handbook for Technicians, Engineers, and Makers By Hughes, John M.

And both the "Dummies" books are Arduino are actually pretty good.

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alex_babanov
Jan 11, 2016

What a waste of library resources! Get any book by Simon Monk for infinitely* more useful information on Arduino.

[ *exact number is unknown due to division by zero ]

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