Udemy – Interactive Art - Soft intro to Arduino and Electronics
MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 61 kbps | 44 KHz | Duration: 2 Hours | 564 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Get up and running making interactive exhibits in no time. No experience with electronics needed!
I take you from woe to go! Get started with electronics and making interactive media quickly. In this course I show you how to get up and running on the Arduino platform so you can make your own projects to interact with the world.
Colourful lights? TICK!
Potential robot overlords? BETTER BELIEVE IT!
Automate garden watering? IF THE OVERLORDS SAY SO!
Learn the basics and move up the ladder quickly exploring the exciting and useful world of electronics with this course. You will learn the components and how to break down components so you can be self sufficient.
This course is for people that are interested in interactive media and people that want to learn the basis for electronics. We quickly move onto projects allowing you to put the skills you have learnt to the test.
Remember, I am always here to help you though your project and answer questions along the way!
So lets get started!
What are the requirements?
Know computer basics
Download Arduino software, we will go through this in the course
Purchase an Arduino board, we will also go though selection in the course
No need for an Arduino if you want to just follow along
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 19 lectures and 1.5 hours of content!
Understand what Arduino is about, by doing!
Quickly understand the building blocks to make your own projects
Create an interactive proximity warning device, useful for parking your car and learning core concepts in a project based approach
What is the target audience?
This course is for beginners who want a soft introduction to Arduino, what it can do, and to get up to speed quickly while creating cool projects.
Artists who are interested in adding interactivity to their work
Programmers that want to connect their code to the real world using sensors such as ultrasonic distance measurement and light indicators as a start.
NOT for seasoned professionals, more advanced topics are covered in another course