Arduino is an open source computer hardware and software that give you the ability to make a lot of cool projects.
Can you turn on the light using the Smartphone? Yes you can with Arduino and Bluetooth module which cost less than 10$
Can you turn on the light with your voice? Yes you can with Arduino and Bluetooth module and your Android phone Yes you can
Can you send SMS to your phone when the temperature exceeds a certain limit?Yes you can with Arduino and temperature sensor which cost less than 10$
Can you make a robot car and control it using a Smartphone? with Arduino and Bluetooth module which cost less than 10$ Yes you can
Can you make a robot car that follows a line? with Arduino and line follower sensor Yes you can
Can you turn on the light/fan/alarm automatically when the temperature exceeds a certain limit? with Arduino and a temperature sensor which cost less than 10$ Yes you can
A lot of cool projects can be done with Arduino
In this course i clarify how to make these Arduino projects:
1 – Turn on and off an LED using Arduino.
2 – Read the value of temperature using the temperature sensor (LM35) and Arduino
3 – Control 220V load using Rely Kit and Arduino
4 – Turn on a 220V load like a fan when the temperature exceeds a certain limit
5 – Turn on an LED in case the object in front of line follower sensor is white
6 – Control a robot car to move in predetermined directions
7 – make a Line follower robot which is basically a robot designed to follow a ‘line’ or path already predetermined by the user
8 – Control an LED using Smartphone and bluetooth module and Arduino
9 – Control Robot car using Smartphone and bluetooth module and Arduino
10 -Turn on and off the light using the Smartphone
11 -Send SMS to your phone when the temperature exceeds a certain limit
12 -Turn on and off the light with your voice
13 -Control Servo motor using Arduino
14 -Measure the distance in front of the robot car using ultrasonic sensor
15 -Make obstacle avoiding robot
The Arduino project course is updated continuously so make sure to check the updates every month.
It’s my pleasure answering all of your questions so please don’t hesitate to ask me about anything in the course 🙂
Basics Electronics and programming
* By the end of the "Basics Electronics and Programming" chapter you can make 4 experiments
1 - how to turn on and off an LED?
2 - Connect the temperature sensor with Arduino and write the code to read temperature.
3 - Control 220V load using the Relay kit.
4 - Write the code and make the electronics connection of Sensor, Arduino and relay to turn on a 220V load in case the temperature exceed a certain limit.
* Clarify the block diagram of Temperature control system project
1 - I'll show you the required component to build this project.
2 - How to download Arduino IDE?
3 - How to download/install the Driver of Arduino Nano?
1 - Learn the connections of electronic components in the Breadboard.
2 - Understand basics of Arduino and its programming language.
3 - Write the code, make the electronics connections to turn and LED on for one second and turn it off for one second.
1 - Connections between the temperature sensor (LM35) and the Arduino
2 - Write a code to read the value of temperature
3 - Understand the difference between analog and digital terminals in the Arduino
Let's turn on and off 220V load using the Arduino and a Relay kit
1 - Understand the difference between the switch and relay kit
2 - Active LOW relay kit VS Active HIGH relay kit
I'll connect the whole system together (Arduino - LM35 - Relay kit ) and we make the complete project to turn on a 220V load when the temperature exceeds a certain limit
Line Follower Robot
* By the end of the "Line Follower Robot" chapter you can make 4 experiments
1 - Turn on an LED when the color of the object in front of the sensor is white
2 - Control DC (direct current) motor using Motor driver and Arduino.
3 - Make a simple Robot which is basically a robot designed to follow a 'line' or path already predetermined by the user.
* Clarify the block diagram of Line Follower Robot project
The required component to build this project:
Line follower sensor - Arduino “Nano” - Motor driver (L293) - Breadboard - Wires - Battery - Robot Car
(get a better understanding about the difference between temperature sensor in ch1 and line follower sensor and how to work with different type of sensors)
* Control Direct current motors using a motor driver (L293) and Arduino
* Write the code and make the connections between Arduino and Motor driver so robot car can move forward for 1 second and move backward for 1 second
let's make the line follower robot by integrating the whole components together the sensor,Arduino motor drive and robot car
* By the end of the "Smart Robot" chapter you can make 2 experiments
1 - Turn on and off an LED using the Smartphone and Bluetooth Module (HC-05) .
2 - Write the code to control the robot car using the Smartphone and Bluetooth model.
* Clarify the block diagram of Smart Robot project
The required component to build this project:
Bluetooth module (HC-05) - Arduino “Nano” - Motor driver (L293) - Breadboard - Wires - Battery - Robot Car
1 - make the connections between the Bluetooth Module and Arduino
2 - Write the code to turn on the LED when we press on Forward button on the Smartphone
Control the robot car using the Smartphone and Bluetooth model.
Connect Android phone with Arduino
Connect the Android phone with Arduino gives you the ability to make a lot of cool projects
let's check some of the projects that will be clarified in that chapter:
1 - Turning on and off the lighting of your room using the Android phone.
2 - send a short message to your mobile when the temperature exceeds a certain limit.
3 - turn on and off the light of your room with your voice.
Can you turn on and off the lighting of your room using your Smartphone? Yes you can and that's what we gonna talk about in that tutorial
Did you think how to send a short message to your mobile phone when the temperature exceeds certain limit?
In that tutorial I'll show you how to make that project ;)
Use the android mobiles internal voice recognition to send commands to the Arduino board via the Bluetooth module so you can turn on and off the lighting, fan any 220V load using your voice
Obstacle avoiding Robot
- First of all we learn how to control Servo motor using Arduino
- How to measure the distance of the object in front of the robot using Ultrasonic sensor
- How to use functions in programming to make the code organized
- Finally how to integrate the whole component together the Ultrasonic sensor – Servo motor and robot car to make the Obstacle Avoidance Robot
- Servo motors give us the ability to turn to a specified position.
- They have a servo arm that can turn 180 degrees. Using the Arduino, we can tell a servo to go to a specified position.
We gonna use the Ultrasonic sensor to determine whether there is an object in front of the robot or not
The typical case for creating a function is when one needs to perform the same action multiple times in a program. Functions also help the programmer stay organized.
let's integrate that whole component to make the Obstacle avoiding Robot
DIY Robot Arm
Most common manufacturing robot is the Robotic Arm, which is a programmable mechanical arm that perform the same function or similar to the human arm in that chapter we gonna make a robot arm
The music used in that chapter is "bensound-dream " from Bensound.com"
Calibrate servo motors to make sure that the robot arm mechanism will work in a perfect way
After servo motors calibration we are ready to assemble the robot arm. Let's get started assembling the base and left side of the robot arm
We are assembling the robot arm. We have done assembling the base and the left side . let's assemble the right side and build the middle of the robot arm
let's attach the left side of the robot arm and the middle together
let's attach the right side of the robot arm and the middle together
let's attach the left and right side forearm to the robot arm
let's build the gripper and attach it to the robot arm
As we mentioned before you can't power on more than one servo motor using Arduino board so we have to use a voltage regulator 7805 to supply +5V to servo motors
We done assembling the robot arm and we supply power to servo motors with the voltage regulator 7805 let's write the code the control the robot Arm with Arduino board
let's have some fun with Arduino :)
DIY Makey Makey with Arduino Leonardo board and let's play Games ;)
The music used in that tutorial is "bensound-dream " from Bensound.com"
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