Update! Don’t miss our famous article:Ã‚ Top 40 Arduino Projects of the Web.
Previously we introduced you to the Arduino and itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s awe-inspiring incredibleness. Now weÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ll take you on an in depth plunge with enough resources and projects to keep you occupied for the next decade.Ã‚ The best place to get started would definitely be their comprehensive website. I strongly encourage you to browse their resources. They have vast tutorial, learning, hacking and reference sections. Plenty of other websites feature all sorts of arduino projects:
- As usual, Instructables has plenty of tutorials also.
- If you’ve ever thought, “Can the arduino do…?” Freeduino database has the answer.
- Ladyada has plenty of information to get you started and more projects to keep you going.
- This very useful site has outstanding “class notes” to learn from.
- Makezine has covered plenty of Arduino projects in the past
The Arduino uses the ATmega168. After programming the chip, you can remove it and use it as a standalone with the addition of a single crystal. Ã‚ We enjoy using it, it’s simple to learn, and can be programmed to do plenty of functions, including robotics. For more fantastic guides and tutorials like this one, subscribe to the HacknMod RSS Feed.