If you are looking to learn more about the Arduino programming platform or would like to teach others about the world of electronics, you might be interested in a new teaching kit called the DuinoKit Essential Project.
The DuinoKit Essential Project has been created by Dan Alich and has been designed as an aid for learning electronics and Arduino programming. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about this comprehensive teaching and learning tool.
The DuinoKit Essential Project contains a wealth of components enabling you to build a variety of projects including : Digital Alarm Clock, Countdown Timer, Infrared Signal Recorder / Repeater, Digital “Dice” or random “move” prompts for board games, Motion Sensor / Alarm, Data Recorder / Logger and many more.
The DuinoKit Essential Project project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. Its creator explains :
“Everyone enjoys inventing and creating… My goal is to give some tools for helping this process! I have been developing this kit as a safe and easy method of learning Electronics and programming. After gaining a little experience in electronics, users will be able to move the projects away from the kit and build them into a stand-alone project.
With this kit you will learn how to read and gather data from input sensors (such as an acceleration sensor, light sensor or temperature sensor), process this data and interact with various other output devices (such as LEDs, Liquid crystal displays and the serial port on your computer). When these skills are combined, the number of projects and ideas are virtually limited only my ones imagination.”
So if you think your Arduino programming could benefit our someone else’s, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help the DuinoKit Essential Project become a reality.
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