Anyone looking to learn more about the Arduino platform or just start learning about electronics in general might be interested in a new Arduino Learning Board and lesson plan that has been created by Jeff Shapiro.
The Arduino Learning Board has been launched via the Kickstarter crowdfunding website this week, and provides 15 mini projects together with step-by-step video instructions that have been specifically created to guide you through the basics of using Arduino and the board.
Watch the promotional video below to learn more about the project which is looking to raise $15,000 via Kickstarter over the next 43 days. Its creator explains more about its inspiration and what you can expect by placing a pledge from just $29.
– Arduino Learning Board
After prototyping countless projects, I designed this board to make creating your first circuits and mini-projects as simple as possible, and to be my “go to” board for all of my new projects. The Learning Board combines an Arduino Nano with a solderless breadboard, and brings every pin of the Arduino out to headers along the sides of the prototyping area. The Learning Board also includes 2 LEDs and 2 push-button switches for use in all of your projects.
– 15+ Sensors and Components
- LCD Display (16 Character by 2 Line)
- Temperature/Humidity Sensor
- Dual Axis Joystick
- 5V Relay Module
- Heartbeat Sensor
- 3-Axis Gyro
- Sonar Range Sensor
- Real-Time Clock
- Sound Sensor
- Servo Motor
- Stepper Motor and Controller
- 7-Segment Display + IC Controller
- Clock Display
- Tilt Sensor
- RFID Kit
- Resistors, Hook up wires, everything else you need to complete all mini-projects.
For more information on the new Arduino Learning Board jump over to the Kickstarter website for details following the link below.
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