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About the Course

Arduino senses the environment by receiving inputs from add-on devices such as sensors, and can control the world around it by adjusting lights, motors, and other actuators. In this class you will learn how and when to use the different types of sensors and how to connect them to the Arduino. Since the external world uses continuous or analog signals and the hardware is digital you will learn how these signals are converted back-and-forth and how this must be considered as you program your device. You'll also learn about the use of Arduino-specific shields and the shields software libraries to interface with the real world. Please note that this course does not include discussion forums....

Top reviews

RA
May 22, 2020

A good introductional course, where i'm able to learn the basics and some more. A recommended course for anyone who is willing to learn more about arduino or start learning arduino.

TT
May 21, 2020

I have a lot of experience working with Arduino. But I enjoyed the course very much. The course is well organized and Prof. Ian G. Harris explains every topic from the very basic.

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By med m

Feb 17, 2018

this course is amazing and fun but it will be a lot better if used more sensors and shields.

By Jose L R H

Jan 30, 2018

The class was very well paced. The exercises were very well planned. I learned a lot! Thanks

By Dale R V D

Jun 3, 2017

This class provides examples of interfacing the arduino to indicators, actuators and inputs.

By Pradipta V B

Jul 19, 2020

A good introduction with great details to actually start doing serious stuffs with Arduino.

By Tim D

May 10, 2018

Good course, nicely paced, excellent professor. The quizzes / assessments could be harder.

By Shubham L

Jul 16, 2020

the very best course is this I recommend you must do this if you are interested in Arduino

By Torsten B

Apr 1, 2017

This course provides a well paced intro for building own IoT solutions with the Arduino

By Sebastian L R

Nov 29, 2016

It is a really good course to introduce the Arduino and basic electronic components! :)

By Vrajesh D M

Apr 29, 2020

Very good initiative to learn specific course to enhance various skills and knowledge.

By Bhasker J

Apr 4, 2018

All the essential points about arduino interfacing has been discussed in this course.

By MN K

Sep 5, 2017

this is good course gives exposure of practical project creation and execution skills

By ROHIT K

Jul 17, 2020

In this course, I want to add some addition extra point in arduino. please relpy me.

By Luke D

May 25, 2020

Exceptional instruction! Very clear and to the point! Enjoyed the class very much!

By John V

May 24, 2016

This is an outstanding course. It really builds confidence fast when using Arduino.

By R S R

Feb 4, 2021

It was helpful and professor Ian Harris's teaching made this course easy to learn.

By Muhammad S B

Jun 13, 2018

I find this course very useful for learning different components used with Aurdino

By Asghar I

May 31, 2020

This course is very good for people who want to learn Arduino and its interfacing

By Giorgos A

Dec 8, 2015

Great and complete course in getting to know IoT by interfacing with the Arduino!

By Juan M M

Dec 7, 2015

Excellent and usfull fo a student not familiar with electronics nor programming

By Richard T

Jan 8, 2021

Great course to learn programming and to gain some hands on using the Arduino.

By vinodh k T

Mar 30, 2017

I have learned a lot from this course the way of professor teaching is awesome

By Alexandru C

Dec 27, 2015

Awesome lectures! Awesome explanations! Awesome examples! Awesome assignments!

By SeeYong.Yee

Nov 28, 2015

This course provided me a good amount of information to use the Arduino Board.

By Hemant V R

Oct 23, 2017

Great course for getting started with Arduino and its shields and libraries.

By David F

Jun 18, 2016

A good progression from the previous courses. Lots of hands-on programming.