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Getting Started with Baremetal Arduino C Programming | No IDE Required [Linux SDK]


When I started writing code for the Arduino, I felt like the code was abstracted too far away from the processor. While this is the intent of Arduino, I wanted to get down to a lower level. In this video, we learn how to write native C code without any of the Arduino IDE overhead and flash it directly to your Arduino. We go deep into the world of embedded microcontrollers and learn how bitmasks work, how to set and unset flags on a register, and use them all to do the Blink LED in C. SOCIALS: Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 Follow me on Twitch: 🤍 Join me on Discord!: 🤍

Arduino Programming


Get the Code : 🤍 Subscribe to Me: 🤍 Genuine Arduino : 🤍 Kit I'm Using : 🤍 Best Arduino Beginner Book : 🤍 MY UDEMY COURSES ARE 87.5% OFF TIL January 31st ($9.99) ➡️ Python Data Science Series for $9.99 : Highest Rated & Largest Python Udemy Course + 56 Hrs + 200 Videos + Data Science 🤍 ➡️ C Programming Bootcamp Series for $9.99 : Over 23 Hrs + 53 Videos + Quizzes + Graded Assignments + New Videos Every Month 🤍 ➡️ FREE 15 hour Golang Course!!! : 🤍 (100 Available) Like the channel? Consider becoming a Patreon! Check it out here: ►► 🤍 In this tutorial I'll cover the core C language used to program Arduinos. We'll look at ports, the serial monitor, looping, data types, conditionals, setup, loop, static, functions, arrays, strings, numerous math functions, bit manipulation, random, structs, styling text, pointers and much more. I make multiple little projects here, but the projects will get more advanced as I make more videos. *Watch More Learn in One Videos* ►► Java - 🤍 ►► C - 🤍 ►► Python - 🤍 ►► MySQL - 🤍 ►► PHP - 🤍 ►► Kotlin - 🤍 ►► C# - 🤍 ►► JavaScript - 🤍

Arduino MASTERCLASS | Full Programming Workshop in 90 Minutes!


*Learn to program and prototype with Arduino now! Join our membership.* 🤍 *Get your Free Trial of Altium PCB design Software* 🤍 *Get the code, transcript, challenges, etc for this lesson on our website* 🤍 *We designed this circuit board for beginners!* Kit-On-A-Shield: 🤍 00:00 - Introduction 01:04 - PART 1 | What can Arduino do? 06:23 - PART 2 | What Arduino Stuff Should I Buy? 11:54 - PART 3 | What's on an Arduino Board? 20:50 - PART 4 | Downloading the Arduino IDE 34:37 - PART 5 | How to Use Variables (Setup & Loop) 50:00 - PART 6 | How to Use Control Structures 1:09:54 - PART 7 | How to Use Arduino Libraries 1:23:02 - PART 8 | Offer FOLLOW US ELSEWHERE - Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Are you looking for the perfect series of videos to get started with Arduino? Well, you are in luck, because in this series of videos, you are going to learn everything you need to get started with Arduino. By the time you're done here, you're gonna know exactly what hardware to get and why, you'll know the ins and outs of an Arduino board, you'll know which software to get, you'll know the key Arduino programming functions to control tons of electronic stuff. And if you've never programmed before, you're gonna know the coding structures found in all programming languages. But do you wanna know the best part? This core workshop that you're gonna walk through is only gonna take about an hour of your time. So let's go. Before we start, please do subscribe to our YouTube channel. It doesn't cost you anything but a click, but it really helps us bring you great content like this Arduino workshop. Thanks a ton. I really appreciate that. Okay. So what the heck is this thing called Arduino? Well, Arduino is a tool that helps you control electronic stuff with code. So if you're building a house, you'd probably go grab a hammer. Well, if you're gonna build a project using electronic stuff, grab yourself an Arduino. But what do I mean exactly by electronic stuff? Well, let's make two big general groups. Inputs and outputs. Inputs are devices that gather information, and outputs are devices that have some action in the world. So for inputs, think of things, like temperature sensors, light sensors, touch sensors, flex sensors, humidity sensors, infrared sensor, distance sensors. Just to name a few. Then you have things like outputs. DC motors, stepper motors, servo motors, LEDs, LED strips, buzzers, speakers, LCD displays, OLED displays. The list goes on. What Arduino can do is stand in the middle of these input and output devices and control them with some cool logic that you get to create. So Arduino can be used to read inputs and control outputs. Okay. So now you have a general idea of what Arduino is. It's a tool to control electronic stuff. Great! Okay. But how do you actually get started using Arduino? What do you have to do? So here's what you're gonna need. We're gonna talk about the big three. It's what I like to call the Arduino trifecta. You've got Arduino hardware, the Arduino IDE, and the actual Arduino code that you're gonna need to write. So first, we have the physical component of Arduino, which is called an Arduino board. There's a bunch of different types of Arduino boards out there. When someone says Arduino board, it could mean a number of these different circuit boards. In just a little bit, I'm gonna tell you exactly which one to go by if you haven't purchased one yet. And here's some quick good news. If you have bought one already, it's probably gonna work just fine. Now, all Arduino boards share one thing in common. They have a microcontroller on them. A microcontroller is basically a really small computer. So when you use an Arduino, you're really just using a microcontroller. The microcontroller is what enables us to read those different inputs and control those outputs. So again, when somebody says Arduino board, they're talking about something physical... CONTINUED... 🤍 *About Us:* This Arduino lesson was created by Programming Electronics Academy. We are an online education company who seeks to help people learn about electronics and programming through the ubiquitous Arduino development board. *We have no affiliation whatsoever with Arduino LLC, other than we think they are cool.*

Arduino in 100 Seconds


Arduino is a programmable circuit board that makes it possible for the average developer to build custom hardware products. Learn about Arduino's architecture, microcontroller, programming language, and IDE in 100 seconds. #programming #arduino #100SecondsOfCode 💬 Chat with Me on Discord 🤍 🔗 Resources - Arduino Docs 🤍 - Raspberry Pi in 100 Seconds 🤍 🔥 Get More Content - Upgrade to PRO Upgrade at 🤍 Use code YT25 for 25% off PRO access 🎨 My Editor Settings - Atom One Dark - vscode-icons - Fira Code Font 🔖 Topics Covered - What is an Arduino? - CPU vs Microcontroller - Raspberry Pi vs Arduino - How do electrical circuits work? - What is a microcontroller? - How to get started with Arduino? - What programming language does Arduino use?

Arduino Course for Beginners - Open-Source Electronics Platform


Learn how to use Arduino hardware and software in this full course for beginners. Arduino is an easy-to-use, open-source electronics platform. Arduino boards are able to read inputs - light on a sensor, a finger on a button, or a Twitter message - and turn it into an output - activating a motor, turning on an LED, publishing something online. You can tell your board what to do by sending a set of instructions to the microcontroller on the board. No hardware is required for to follow along with this course! ✏️ Course developed by Ashish Bansal. 📸 Ashish on Instagram: 🤍 Tinker with the circuits used in the course : 🔗 custom blink function: 🤍 🔗 digitalRead & digitalWrite : 🤍 🔗 analogRead : 🤍 🔗 analogWrite : 🤍 ⭐️Course Contents ⭐️ Section 1: Objective of the course (0:00) Course Introduction (01:21) Section 2: Foundation of Electronics (01:36) Electricity (02:10) Static Electricity (03:37) Current Electricity (04:12) Voltage (06:09) Current (08:45) Resistance (10:05) Ohm’s Law (11:55) Ohm’s Law Example (13:46) Resistances in Series and Parallel (26:03) Resistance Color Coding (28:26) Section 3: Intro to Arduino Board (28:46) What is Microcontroller and Microprocessor (31:16) What category Arduino falls into? (31:33) Different Types of Arduino Boards (32:03) About Arduino (33:04) Parts of Arduino Uno (35:52) Technical Specifications of Arduino Uno Section 4: Intro to Arduino IDE (38:58) What is IDE? (40:14) Downloading and Installing the official IDE (41:51) Preparing your computer (43:08) Testing the Arduino. (44:22) What if you don’t have an Arduino board? (46:34) Section 5: Before we move ahead (47:04) What is breadboard? (49:16) How to make connections in breadboard? (1:00:10) Some safety instructions and Do’s and Don’ts (1:01:53) Input & Output (1:08:47) Analog & Digital (1:14:04) Bit & Byte (1:16:26) Section 6: Arduino Programming (1:16:46) Introduction (1:17:41) The First Step into Programming (1:19:37) Bare minimum structure of an Arduino Program (1:20:21) Comments (1:21:37) White Spaces and Case Sensitivity (1:24:06) pinMode (1:26:44) digitalWrite and delay (1:29:51) Camel casing Section 6.1 Introduction to Variables and Data Types (1:30:51) What are variables and data types (1:31:31) Int data type (1:35:11) Arithmetic operators (1:41:51) Incrementing and Decrementing our variables (1:44:14) Float data type (1:46:48) Bool/Boolean data type (1:49:24) Byte data type (1:50:27) Char data type (1:52:46) Conclusion Section 6.2 Variable Scope and Qualifiers (1:53:19) What is Scope? Global and Local Variables (1:57:59) What are Qualifiers, starting with const qualifier (1:59:51) Alternative to const qualifier: #define (2:01:55) Static Qualifier Section 6.2 Comparison and Logical Operators (2:04:25) What are comparison operators? (2:08:58) What are Logical Operators? (2:13:16) Section 6.3 Control Structures (2:14:21) if statement (2:20:47) else statement (2:24:24) A joke :P (2:25:10) if - else Simulation (2:29:27) Introduction to loop control structures (2:30:52) For loop (2:41:02) While loop (2:45:49) do…while loop (2:50:16) break (2:52:24) continue (2:55:05) return (2:56:41) Section 6.4 Remaining data types (3:01:30) Arrays (3:09:34) Strings Section 6.5 Functions (3:15:14) What are functions? (3:19:03) Create your own functions Section 6.6 Arduino Built-in Functions and related concepts (3:35:20) digitalRead & digitalWrite (3:41:49) analogRead and Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) (3:47:50) analogWrite and Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) Section 6.7 Libraries (3:56:25) What are Libraries? (3:59:22) How to add Libraries in Arduino IDE (4:02:30) What next? 🎉 Thanks to our Champion and Sponsor supporters: 👾 Wong Voon jinq 👾 hexploitation 👾 Katia Moran 👾 BlckPhantom 👾 Nick Raker 👾 Otis Morgan 👾 DeezMaster 👾 Treehouse Learn to code for free and get a developer job: 🤍 Read hundreds of articles on programming: 🤍

You can learn Arduino in 15 minutes.


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Arduino Tutorial 1: Setting Up and Programming the Arduino for Absolute Beginners


You guys can help me out over at Patreon, and that will keep this high quality content coming: 🤍 This is a tutorial series for absolute beginners. We show complete newbies how to get an arduino up and running, and in this lesson you will write your first three programs. You can get the following Elegoo kit, to follow these lessons and play along at home 🤍 You can see details of this lesson on our WEB site HERE: 🤍 [Disclosure of Material Connection: I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to This means if you visit the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will add value to my readers. #Arduino

Programming Arduino in Pure C


Look behind the scenes of Arduino programming! This video explains how you can get started programming the Arduino Uno without the Arduino IDE. Get the full power of C and the Arduino platform. For more information check out my blog article: 🤍

Arduino Function Pointers #Arduino #C #C++


✅ Sign up and get free $100: 🤍 ✅ $0 for 1-4 layers PCBs: 🤍 ✅ PCB Assembly capabilities info: 🤍 *Learn to program and prototype with Arduino now! Join our membership.* 🤍 *We designed this circuit board for beginners!* Kit-On-A-Shield: 🤍 FOLLOW US ELSEWHERE - Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍 So, have you ever written your own function? I really hope so, because it's pretty fun and it's super useful to know how to write your own functions. Functions help your code be more readable, they reduce redundant code, and functions are important to understand as you begin to write larger and more complex programs. If you're watching this series of lessons, I'll assume that you're familiar with functions, and this is extremely important because we're gonna be talking about function pointers, and if you're not deeply familiar with how to write your own functions, then it might be pretty tough to follow along with these lessons. Now if you need a refresher on how to write a function, make sure to check out the Arduino course for absolute beginners section on user defined functions. So in this lesson, what we're gonna cover is what a function pointer is, the anatomy of a function pointer, and how to point a function pointer. All right, so what the heck is a function pointer? Well, a function pointer is just like the pointers that we've talked about so far, except that instead of pointing to the memory address of a variable, it points to the memory address where the instructions of a function are located. All right, consider this function called add. This add function takes two integers arguments, it adds them together, and returns the sum as an integer. So to accomplish this task, many lower-level instructions have to be executed by the processor, and those instructions are generated from our code by the compiler, and they're stored at a specific location in memory, and the address where those instructions start is what is stored in a function pointer. So let me say that one more time. When you create a function, the instructions for that function are saved in memory. The first instruction, like all the instructions, will have an address. That first address is what we will store in a function pointer. So a function pointer is going to be a variable that holds the memory address of function instructions, and what's cool is that we can use function pointers just like we can use other pointers. We can store them in a raise, we can pass them to functions, and we can even return them from functions. What's really interesting to learn is that every time you create a function, you're actually creating a function pointer with the same name as your function, that is, the function name, add, holds the address of where the instructions for the add function starts. So how do we create a function pointer? Well, here's an example of what it looks like. A little bit complex, it might feel like you're looking at the whiteboard at some NASA research and development laboratory, but this is how it works. The first thing we need to specify is the data type that the function will be returning. So think about anytime you create a variable. You always have to start with the data type, right? Well, it's no different for a function pointer. We're specifying the data type that this function will return. The next part, in parentheses, is going to be the name of the function pointer preceded by the asterisk and inside parentheses, so all of that is important. We need to have the parentheses, we need to have the asterisk, and then we need to have the name of the function pointer. The next part is a comma-separated list of the parameters that the function takes. So if the function takes two integer parameters, we would have int,int. If the function took three float parameters, we'd have float,float,float. If it takes a byte, all we would have is the parentheses byte, so yes, sorta complex, but once you get the syntax down, it's not too bad. So this example that we have here is creating a function pointer named operation, the function it will point at is going to return an integer value, and then the function it will point at is going to accept two integers as parameters. *About Us:* This Arduino lesson was created by Programming Electronics Academy. We are an online education company who seeks to help people learn about electronics and programming through the ubiquitous Arduino development board. *We have no affiliation whatsoever with Arduino LLC, other than we think they are cool.*

Lerne Arduino in 12 Minuten, ….…JEDER KANN DAS! | #EdisTechlab


In diesem Video stelle ich euch den Arduino vor. Was der alles kann und wie man die erste Programme schreibt zeige ich euch hier im Video. Am Schluss vom Video werden wir eine LED blinken lassen und ......ja wir werden eine LED auch zerstören. ArduRino ist natürlich Arduino 😝, wer sich daran stört, dem kann ich das neue und viel detailliertere Video über den Arduino empfehlen, 🤍 ★☆★ 🛒 On-line shop bei Edi's Techlab 📒 ★☆★ ► Edi’s Techlab e-book Shop: 🤍 ► Edi’s Techlab Webseite: 🤍 ★☆★ 💶 Wenn ihr den Kanal unterstützen wollt oder mir ein Bier ausgeben wollt: ★☆★ 🤍 Die Links und Videos zu der Beschreibung vom Projekt : ► Arduino IDE installieren - 🤍 ► 🤍 ★☆★ Arduinos ★☆★ *🤍 - Arduino Starter Kit für Anfänger *🤍 - Arduino Uno Rev 3 *🤍 - Arduino Nano *🤍 - Arduino Mega 2560 Der Sourcecode: void setup() { pinMode (7, OUTPUT); pinMode (8, INPUT); } void loop() { if(digitalRead(8)){ digitalWrite(7, HIGH); delay(1000); digitalWrite(7, LOW); delay(1000); } else { digitalWrite(7, LOW); } } Mehr von Edi's Techlab FACEBOOK: INSTAGRAM: 🤍 WEBSEITE: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 PATREON: 🤍 IMPRESSUM: 🤍 - Meine Videos enthalten bezahlte Produktplatzierungen. Alle Links mit "*" sind Amazon oder Banggood Affiliate Links. Edi’s TechLab ist Partner am Amazon/Bangood Affiliate Partner Programm Alle Geräte wurden selbst erworben.

PROGRAMMER DES ARDUINO en 10 MIN !! (Tuto débutant)


Programmer des arduino c'est tellement pratique, mais ca peut être démotivant... Je vous donne les bases et la motivation dans cette vidéo ! ⚡⚡⚡ ⬇⬇⬇....... Détails de la vidéo .......⬇⬇⬇ LA SUITE ‼ Programmer des bandeaux LED en 10 MIN !!! ▶ 🤍 Programmer des objets connectés en 15 min !! ▶ 🤍 Les achats à ne pas manquer 🚀 Kit Arduino ▶ 🤍 🚀 BreadBoard (compris dans le kit) ▶ 🤍 🚀 Servomoteur (compris dans le kit) ▶ 🤍 🚀 Supplément câbles ▶ 🤍 Pour télécharger le logiciel Arduino 🚀 🤍 Mes Réseaux Sociaux Mon site ▶ 🤍 Tipeee ▶ 🤍 Twitch ▶ 🤍 Instagram ▶ 🤍 TikTok ▶ 🤍 Mail ▶🤍 Mes Imprimantes 3D Flashforge Creator 3 ▶ 🤍 Artillery SIDEWINDER X1 ▶ 🤍 Wanhao D12 ▶ 🤍 Anycubic Photon Mono ▶ 🤍 (par ces liens tu soutiens également la chaîne 🔥) 00:00 Hackeur de l'espace 00:40 Introduction 01:42 Les arduino 02:46 Comment brancher des composants 04:18 Les bases 09:18 Copier c'est pas tricher 10:08 Une idée de projet en LIVE 13:44 Pour aller plus loin 14:50 Scène Bonus #arduino #diy

ChatGPT absolutely DOMINATES Arduino programming


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10 Incredible Arduino projects you must try in 2022!


This video contains 10 Incredible Arduino projects/project ideas that you can try. Subscribe to our channel to never miss any good project ideas. Get your free trial version of the Altium designer: 🤍 Get the best quality components from Octopart: 🤍 About Altium: Altium is the industry’s leading PCB design software that combines schematic, layout, and everything else you need in one environment to effortlessly design printed circuit boards. - Disclaimer: All the projects in this video are the sole property of the creators. We are thankful to each one of them for sharing their projects with us or allowing us to include their project in this video. Check out the full project video of the respective creators below: - Project Links: 10. ROBOT that swings like SPIDERMAN | Source: Adam Beedle His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 9. DIY Electric Skateboard | Source: Eben Kouao His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 8. Hidden Shelf Edge Clock | Source: DIY Machines His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 7. Wearable Electronics | Source: element14 presents Their channel: 🤍 Project source: 🤍 6. Mechanical 7 Segment Display Clock | Source: Michael Klements His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 5. Knob over OLED Display | Source: upir His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 4. Freeform Arduino Project | Source: Volos Projects His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 3. FAT PET FEEDER | Source: Mom Will Be Proud • DIY channel His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 2. Arduino Game System and Controller | Source: SeanHodgins His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 1. Metal Detector Robot | Source: DIY Builder His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 - Chapters: 00:00 Intro 00:09 Swinging Robot 00:56 Electric Skateboard 01:47 Hidden Shelf Edge Clock 03:04 Wearable Electronics 03:49 Mechanical 7 Segment Display Clock 04:28 Knob over OLED Display 05:07 Freeform Arduino Project 05:51 FAT PET FEEDER 06:36 Arduino Game System and Controller 07:19 Metal Detector Robot 07:58 Outro Kits we recommend- The only Raspberry Pi kit you need(our pick):- Amazon: 🤍 All in one Arduino Kit (our pick):- Amazon: 🤍 ESP8266 Weather Station Kit:- USA: 🤍 Best ESP32 Kit(our pick):- USA: 🤍

[Cours1] Arduino B'Darija - Arduino c'est quoi ?


Formation de base en Arduino présentée par OBF Club Robotique. cours 1 : Initiation en Arduino.

Arduino C | كورس أردوينو🖥️ | لغة برمجة الاردوينو


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Linguagem C: PrOgRaMaNdO Arduino #9


PrOgRaMaNdO Arduino: Linguagem C no curso de Arduino. Curso gratuito arduino de apoio ao estudante de informática, este é o canal PrOgRaMaNdO. Curso online arduino #9. ➡️Olá, Estudante! Nesta videoaula 9 o Prof. Igor apresenta o tema "Linguagem C": ✔Estrutura do programa ✔Tipos de dados ✔Operadores ✔Funções ✔Estruturas de decisão e ✔ Estruturas de repetição. ⬅️ Inscreva-se no Canal PrOgRaMaNdO 🔷🤍 Para receber um alerta das novas videoaulas, clique no símbolo do 🔔. Gostou da videoaula? Compartilhe 😀, deixe seu 👍ou comente o vídeo. #LinguagemC #PrOgRaMaNdO #Arduino Acredite, tamo junto! 🟦 🟦 🟦 🟦 🟦 🟦 🟦 🟦PrOgRaMaNdO 🟦 🟦 🟦 🟦 🟦 🟦 🟦 🟦 🟦 Site ▶ 🤍 🟦 Instagram ▶ 🤍 🟦 Facebook ▶ 🤍 🟦 Twitter ▶ 🤍 O canal de apoio ao estudante de informática :) 🔵 Para além da sala de aula, este é o canal PrOgRaMaNdO 🔵

Building a DSM2 R/C Transmitter with Arduino


Ad: Thanks to 🤍Huel #Huel for sponsoring this video 🤍 I’ve built quite a lot of remote controls for projects in the past, and this is because I want to have custom controls for whatever I build. There are mostly quite a few joysticks and buttons on them for various functions of the machine I want to control. It’s been really useful to send a custom data set for all the controls, but I’ve still not found a radio device that’s super reliable. I started using Bluetooth devices like the HC-05 modules, but I found that these sometimes randomly disconnected. Since then I’ve been using the NRF24L01 modules which is what’s in my openDog remotes. These are ok but range is limited and sometimes they drop data. There is a long range version of these which I used when I worked with Mark Rober on his Autostrike Bowling Ball project. I found that we could get the radio to reach the length of a 60ft bowling alley, but it worked best with one long range version as the receiver, and a standard module for transmitting. That was pretty random though and I ended up swapping a few modules out before it worked. I also built a WiFi remote with a Raspberry Pi in it to control ROS based robots. That involves either having some sort of WiFi base unit nearby for both the remote and robot to connect to, or making an ad-hoc network between the two. Then we’re also at the mercy of an TCP or UDP connection. I can’t find any other specific modules that would work reliably with an Arduino so I can build a custom remote or that I can shove arbitrary into. Having a reliable low-latency connection is really important. But when was the last time you heard that someone crashed their drone because the remote disconnected? Hardly every or never right!? Surely there’s a reliable radio solution here. CAD and Code: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 You can support me on Patreon, join my Discord, or buy my Merchandise: * Discord: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Merchandise: 🤍 * Other socials: * Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 * Affiliate links - I will get some money of you use them to sign up or buy something: * 10% off at 🤍 - use code XROBOTS at the cart screen. Music for your YouTube videos: 🤍 * CAD and Code for my projects: 🤍 Huge thanks to my Patrons, without whom my standard of living would drastically decline. Like, inside out-Farm Foods bag decline. Plus a very special shoutout to Lulzbot, Inc who keep me in LulzBot 3D printers and support me via Patreon. HARDWARE/SOFTWARE Below you can also find a lot of the typical tools, equipment and supplies used in my projects: Filament from: 🤍 Lulzbot 3D Printers: 🤍 Bearings from: 🤍 Lincoln Electric Welder: 🤍 CNC Router: 🤍 Ryobi Tools: 🤍 Axminster Micro Lathe: 🤍 3D Printer Filament: 🤍 Soldering Iron: 🤍 Vectric CNC Software: 🤍



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Kurs Arduino #2: Programowanie - Podstawy języka Arduino cz. 1 (C/C++)


Zapraszam Was na drugi odcinek kursu poświęconego platformie Arduino. Dziś omówię podstawy języka Arduino. Poznasz składnię języka, zmienne, pętle i więcej. Teoria w parze z praktyką. Film Ci się podobał? Zostaw łapkę w górę i subskrybuj kanał! I tak nikt nie czyta opisów :) Muzyka: Track: Lemon Fight - Stronger (feat. Jessica Reynoso) [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: 🤍 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 #Arduino #Elektronika

Débuter en langage C avec l’Arduino UNO : Introduction à la série de vidéos. Installation. Essai


Bonjour à toutes et à tous. Avec cette nouvelle série de vidéo, je vous propose de découvrir la programmation en C ou C avec Arduino. L'objectif est clairement d'aller au delà de l'utilisation d'exemples et de comprendre ce qu'on fait. Il sera aussi question de techniques de programmation pour éviter, par exemple, d'utiliser des delay de façon abusive et réaliser des programmes non bloquants. Pour réaliser toutes ces vidéos de travaux pratiques, j'utiliserai un kit comprenant une carte Arduino Uno et divers actionneurs, capteurs, composants... Vous pourrez, si vous le souhaitez, vous procurer cette carte en vous rendant sur la page 🤍 de mon site internet. Pour être informé de la parution des prochaines vidéos, pensez à vous abonner à ma chaine. N'oubliez pas les petits pouces bleus, voir que mes vidéos sont appréciées contribuent également au plaisir de les réaliser.

Les bases de l'Arduino !


Je suis de retour après une vidéo qui a demandé BEAUCOUP de boulot ! J'espère sincèrement avoir réussi à motiver ceux qui hésitaient à se lancer dans l'Arduino, n'hésitez pas à me dire si c'est le cas en commentaire ou sur les réseaux sociaux 😄 Dans cette vidéo vous explique les bases de la programmation et de l'algorithmique, et je vous montre comment fabriquer un petit cube de leds contrôlées par une carte Arduino ! N'oubliez pas de LIKER la vidéo pour me soutenir, et ABONNEZ-VOUS à ma chaîne pour ne rien manquer ! - Les fichiers 3D et les programmes du carré de leds : 🤍 - La bibliothèque Adafruit Neopixel : 🤍 - Les leds adressables : 🤍 - Mon imprimante 3D : 🤍 (lien affilié, en passant par ce lien vous me soutenez quand vous passez des commandes sans dépenser d'argent en plus, cela ne fait qu'informer le site que vous venez de ma part et je touche une commission 😄) Me soutenir sur Tipeee : 🤍 (tu peux regarder une pub pour m'aider gratuitement 😊) Merci aux Tipeurs Vincent M. et Nicolas H. ! Un grand merci également à Valentin (🤍hautot_valentin sur Instagram) pour l'infographie, et à toute mon équipe qui m'a beaucoup aidé à faire cette vidéo ! ­­­­ 📱 Réseaux sociaux : 💻 Site : 🤍 🎤 Discord : 🤍 ✍️ Facebook : 🤍 📸 Instagram : 🤍 🐦 Twitter : 🤍 👻 Snapchat : 🤍 29,2k

Arduino Pointers and Memory Addresses #Arduino #C #C++


*Learn to program and prototype with Arduino now! Join our membership.* 🤍 *We designed this circuit board for beginners!* Kit-On-A-Shield: 🤍 FOLLOW US ELSEWHERE - Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Hello, I hope you're doing fantastic. All right, so you might be wondering what are these memory addresses? What are they actually doing? What purpose do they serve? Well, let me tell you, these addresses are key for how the processor will know where to look for data when it's running your program, they literally direct the processor where to put data in memory, and where to find the data from memory. So let's think about a physical address for a moment. Say I live at 42 Honolulu Blvd., that's like my address. if you wanna find me. You open your phones mapping application and say take me to 42 Honolulu Boulevard. Then you hop in your private Learjet and fly over, you grab an Uber to 42 Honolulu Boulevard and what are you gonna find there? Well, you're gonna find me, that's my address. Now, I may be out practicing my nunchuck skills or whatever, but nonetheless my address will point to where I am. So what do these memory addresses have to do with pointers? Well, kind of everything. So let's go back to our pointer definition. A pointer is a variable that holds the memory address of another variable. So a pointer holds the address of another variable. If I had an integer pointer named pScore, which pointed to the score variable, then pScore would be holding the value 104. Likewise, if I have a float pointer named pResult, which pointed to result, then pResult would be holding the value 106, so these pointers hold addresses If I had an integer pointer bucket, I would put integer addresses in that bucket. If I had a float pointer bucket, I could put float addresses in that bucket. So how do we get these variable addresses, and how do we get a pointer to point at the address? So let's start with the first question. It turns out, to get a variables address is really simple, you just use the & operator in front of a variable name. This is also called the reference operator. It's literally that easy, you just put the little & sign in front of a variable name, and now it's gonna give you the address of that variable in memory. Now listen, you probably don't believe me, hey, fair enough, I don't really believe me either, so why don't we put this to a test? What if we make some variables and then print their addresses to the serial monitor window using the ampersand operator in front of the variable name? So here we are in the Arduino IDE, what I'm gonna do is create some variables, then I'm gonna print the memory addresses of those variables using the ampersand operator, and this is gonna prove that I'm not lying to you. So let's do this. All right, so I've created four variables, a byte, a character, an integer, and a float. We've set them equal to different values. So I did this first part, created some variables. Now what I'm gonna do is print the memory addresses of these variables, using the ampersand operator. So let me do that. So here I'm printing &ledPin, so this is at ampersand operator, and this is saying, give me the address of ledPin. Now here's the deal, and this might sound a little weird but just wanna try to explain this as best I can. Serial print is not designed to be able to display an address, a variable address, so we have to cast the address as something else, something that Serial print can print, like an integer or a long, and a common way to do this is to cast it as an unsigned long. So I'm gonna do that right now just to show you. So what this section of code right here is doing is it's taking the address of ledPin, and it's casting it as an unsigned long, and that's simply so that we can print the address out on the serial monitor window. All right, so I'm gonna do the same thing for these other variables and then we'll see the results on the serial monitor window to determine whether or not I am a cold, hard liar. All right, so let's take a look at the output here. Our byte ledPin is being stored at memory address 2299, and we said that a byte takes up one byte of memory, so where would the next variable get stored after 2299? Be it 2298? *About Us:* This Arduino lesson was created by Programming Electronics Academy. We are an online education company who seeks to help people learn about electronics and programming through the ubiquitous Arduino development board. *We have no affiliation whatsoever with Arduino LLC, other than we think they are cool.*

#1 Say NO to ARDUINO! New ARM Microcontroller Programming and Circuit Building Series


Get ready for a new series on the ARM Microcontroller. This time, I will be using my new ARM Microcontroller book (🤍 as I create new videos while creating various projects. Purchase my new book: Arm Microcontroller Programming and Circuit Building Volume 1 🤍 I recommend using the STM32CubeIDE: 🤍 Recommended servos: Futuba hobby servo: 🤍 High torque metal gear hobby servo: 🤍 HiTec hobby servo: 🤍 High precision, high torque metal gear hobby servo: 🤍 3D Mouse to rotate/zoom/move the object (Must have for CAD!!!): 🤍 The drafting pencil I use on these videos: 🤍 The cheap oscilloscope that I use (because it's cheap and will work all of the projects in these tutorials): 🤍 A better oscilloscope and the one I would recommend: 🤍 The brand of multimeter that I use and the one I recommend: 🤍 4561737465722045676720496e736964652e20436f6c6c656374207468656d20616c6c2e20476976656177617920736f6f6e21

How I2C Communication Works and How To Use It with Arduino


🤍 ► Find more details, circuit schematics and source codes here. If you enjoy and find the content that I make useful, please consider supporting me on Patreon: 🤍 In this tutorial we will learn how the I2C communication protocol works and also we will make a practical example of it with the Arduino Board and a sensor which uses this protocol. You can watch the following video or read the written tutorial below. Visit for more Tutorials, Tips, Projects and How It Works videos: ► 🤍 Like my page on Facebook: ► 🤍 Add me on Google+: ►🤍 Music: Aduro by Jens Kiilstofte (

Arduino vs Embedded C Programming


There are lot of misconceptions regarding Arduino Programming and how it differs from Embedded C Programming. In this video we covers the advantages and disadvantages of both platform. #Arduino #arduinoproject

ChatGPT with Arduino and ESP32 | C++ and MicroPython coding


See how ChatGPT can write C and MicroPython code for an Arduino Uno and an ESP32. You now have an AI-Assisted coder to help you with your projects! Article with code: 🤍 More articles and tutorials: 🤍 Join the conversation on the forum: 🤍 Subscribe to the newsletter and stay in touch: 🤍 On November 30, 2023, OpenAI released ChatGPT, an AI-powered chatbot. The reaction has been phenomenal, and for a good reason - ChatGPT’s human-like responses often seem like the stuff of science fiction. ChatGPT is so good that it, and other technology based around the same GPT-3.5 Language Model, could seriously jeopardize many people's jobs. And that might even include programmers and developers! Because ChatGPT is equally adept at writing code as it is at writing essays. As a tool, ChatGPT is remarkable, and it really offers a lot of advantages to makers and hobbyists. Imagine having your own personal coding assistant on call 24 hours per day. Well, now you can have that with ChatGPT! I’ll show you how to use ChatGPT to code in both C and MicroPython, using an Arduino Uno and an ESP32 module. We’ll start off small and then move up to building a Temperature & Humidity Meter, a WiFi Scanner, and a MicroPython-based ESP32 Web Server. Here is the Table of Contents for today's video: 00:00 - Introduction 01:48 - ChatGPT 09:57 - Getting started with ChatGPT 12:06 - Arduino Uno Hookup 14:34 - Blink 16:31 - PWM LED Dimmer 18:34 - ChatGPT Code Correction 19:58 - ChatGPT "Forgets"! 22:14 - DHT22 Temp & Humid 24:48 - OLED Display 26:38 - Temp & Humid Meter with C/F 31:12 - ESP32 WiFi Scanner 33:47 - ESP32 MicroPython Web Server 36:29 - ChatGPT vs. GitHub Copilot 38:49 - Conclusion While I don’t think that ChatGPT will be replacing coders too soon, it is a valuable tool that will really assist developers and makers in improving their code and reducing their coding time. Also, please note that this video (and its accompanying article) were created at the end of January 2023, about 8 weeks after the release of the public beta of ChatGPT. It’s very likely that new features will be added, and ChatGPT Pro will be released soon. Keep that in mind when you watch the video in the future! Hope you find it useful. Bill

Программирование Ардуино с нуля. Arduino для начинающих.


На это видео у меня очень амбициозные планы, за несколько минут я хочу вас научить программированию в среде Arduino IDE. И я думаю у меня это получится! 🤍 ▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂ ▽ ТАКЖЕ ПОСМОТРИТЕ ▽ ► Умный коридор Часть 1: 🤍 ► Обзор Arduino Nano: 🤍 ► Как паять SMD компоненты: 🤍 ▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂ ▽ КОНТАКТЫ ▽ ▶ Яндекс.Дзен: 🤍 ➦ Наш сайт: 🤍 ☺ Группа в ВК: ➣ Telegram канал: 🤝 Реклама: 🤍

Convert Arduino INO to CPP Walkthrough


If you are used to C, and would like to convert an existing Arduino INO project, this is the video for you.... more info and links below.... Moving most code out to CPP/H files allows for better organisation of your code, and keeping the INO allows all serial debugging functions to work as normal as well. Once you are used to working with standard C you can also move into using Shared Projects allowing for Cross Platform coding and Automated testing easily...! Arduino INO files can be converted easily to standard CPP/H files for your embedded project, in only a few simple steps: 1) Add a ProjectName.cpp file to the project (and optionally a ProjectName.h) 2) Ensure the Arduino.h is included in your H file 3) Merge all INO files into your CPP file(s) 4) Ensure all function prototypes are declared in your H file or before their first usage in your CPP file. 5) Use the code from your CPPs in your INO as normal Don't forget to Like and Subscribe to stay up to date with new videos and feature updates... Our Website: 🤍 More About INO and CPP Files: 🤍 Arduino Specification for INO File Combination: 🤍 Adding C / C / INO Code to Arduino Project: 🤍 #Arduino #VisualStudio

Arduino Workshop - Chapter Three - Creating Functions


The full Arduino Workshop in step-by-step format can be found here 🤍 In this section, we'll be learning about using and creating your own functions to write modular, reusable code. We're official retailers for Arduino in Australia - powered by makers, for makers! 🤍

Episode 3- Basics of arduino _first program : C programming (Malayalam)


Welcome to episode 3 of beginner electronics series... #arduino #science #workingmodel #sastramela #c #cpp phone number -8075692282 Follow along with this series from the beginning to enjoy the experience in arduino uno r3 and eventually develop a multi purpose robot from scratch... Arduino uno -🤍 Episode 1 - introduction. 🤍 Episode 2 - arduino pin outs🤍 Arduino basics for beginners (Malayalam) playlist 🤍 Telegram channel-🤍 Telegram group. -🤍 Arduino software - 🤍 Source code -🤍 Website -🤍 Whatsapp -🤍 Facebook -🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Thanks for watching, if you like this video, hit the like button and follow on with this epic journey of electronics... Comment or PM if you have any suggestions



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How to Blink LEDs with Timers and Interrupts in C (MSP430, Arduino)


Patreon ➤ 🤍 Courses ➤ 🤍 Website ➤ 🤍 - #EmbeddedSystems How to Blink LEDs with Timers and Interrupts in C (Arduino, MSP430) // Here's another embedded system video. This video teaches you to use timers and interrupts for a more efficient, flexible, and elegant alternative to the usual introductory LED-blink programs. This is another under-the-hood embedded programming video that shows you how to configure simple timers on the Arduino Uno (Atmega328p) and the MSP430FR5969 and use interrupt service routines to handle those timer events when they fire. Other embedded videos: 🤍 * Welcome! I post videos that help you learn to program and become a more confident software developer. I cover beginner-to-advanced systems topics ranging from network programming, threads, processes, operating systems, embedded systems and others. My goal is to help you get under-the-hood and better understand how computers work and how you can use them to become stronger students and more capable professional developers. About me: I'm a computer scientist, electrical engineer, researcher, and teacher. I specialize in embedded systems, mobile computing, sensor networks, and the Internet of Things. I teach systems and networking courses at Clemson University, where I also lead the PERSIST research lab. More about me and what I do: 🤍 🤍 🤍 To Support the Channel: + like, subscribe, spread the word + contribute via Patreon - [🤍 + rep the channel with nerdy merch - [🤍 Source code is also available to Patreon supporters. - [🤍

Уроки Ардуино #0 - что такое Arduino, куда подключаются датчики и как питать Ардуино


В этом предисловии к урокам Ардуино я расскажу вам что такое Arduino, как она работает, как и куда подключаются датчики и модули для Ардуино, как использовать макетную плату и зачем вообще нужна Arduino, и почему бы не использовать голый микроконтроллер. ▼ Текстовая версия ▼ 🤍 ▼ Огромный стартовый набор GyverKIT ▼ 🤍 ▼ Уроки Arduino на сайте ▼ 🤍 ▼ Модули и датчики с Али ▼ 🤍 ▼ Страница "Заметок Ардуинщика" ▼ 🤍 Теги: #arduino #уроки #ардуино #alexgyver ●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●● ► Основной канал: 🤍 ► Поддержать автора 🤍 ► Официальный сайт: 🤍 ► Почта: alex🤍

Text String Tutorial in C Code! Tutorial using Arduino, copy/move/parsing/etc...


Just my 2 cents in how to handle and manipulate text strings (Character Arrays) in C code... all shown using Arduino, but is universal on embedded systems coded in C. Very useful stuff in here that can be used in many projects! It's a doozy, so here are the timestamps: 2:13 Intro, Size, Length, and Null 8:10 Concatenate 10:33 Copy and Move 16:09 Comparing two strings 17:09 Find string in another string 21:06 Parsing a string, like data separated by commas 24:50 Convert string to integers, long, float and back to string 28:00 Pass and return strings with functions 29:25 Parse data from a serial port - real example THE CODE: 🤍 Check out my Tindie store (trigBoard is available) 🤍 Thanks to all the Patrons for dropping a few bucks in the tip jar to help make these videos happen! 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 For inquiries or design services: 🤍

Coding Sequential LED Tail Lights! C++/ESP32/Arduino Project


Hardware! Code! Cars! This episode has it all as Dave presents the custom sequential multicolor LED tail light strip he created for his 1970 GMC Sierre Grande. Follow along so that you can build your own to fit any pickup or vehicle and how to integrate it into the vehicles's trailer wiring. Decoding of the brake signal from the two turn signals is discussed, as is why you can't use the brake line for the 7-pin trailer connector. Thanks to "Jesse Masterblaster" for bringing this truck up from CA to WA so I could buy it!

Introducción a programación en C/C++ para arduino || Salidas digitales.


Para entender cómo programar en arduino repasamos lo básico que es el programa de parpadeo de LEDs usando salidas digitales.

Arduino Programlama Diline İlk Bakış (Kendi Kodlarımız ile) #1


Bu bölümde ARDUINO ile yazılım yazmaya başlıyoruz. Bunu hazır kod üzerinden yapmıyoruz, her bir komutun ne işe yaradığını ve kullanırken nelere dikkat edilmesi gerektiğini de inceleyerek yazılımımızı kendimiz kodluyoruz. Ayrıca bu ilk bölüm giriş niteliğinde olduğu için Arduino Programlama Yazılımına da kısaca bir göz atıyoruz. Kodlama / Yazılım işi tek bir bölüme sığmayacağından bunu birkaç bölümde ele alacağız. Resmi Arduino Sayfası: 🤍 CH340G Çipli Boardlar için Sürücü Kurulumu Anlatımı: 🤍 Kullandığım malzemeler ve ürünler için güncel linkler: 🤍 Kutu açılımını yaptığımız en büyük set - 🤍 30 Parça Sensör Seti (Arduinosuz) - 🤍 Geekcreit® 37 Parça Sensör Seti (Arduinosuz) - 🤍 Geekcreit® UNO R3 Başlangıç Seti - 🤍 Ultimate UNO R3 Starter With Stepper Servo Motor Relay RTC Set - 🤍 Ultimate UNO R3 LCD1602 Tuş Takımı İçeren Set - 🤍 Mega 2560 Motor Servo RFID Ultrasonic Set - 🤍 UNO R3 LCD Sensor Wifi Bluetooth Laser Set - 🤍 UNO R3 With Mega 2560 LCD1602 HC-SR04 Sensor Module Seti - 🤍 4WD Engelden Kaçan Akıllı Robot Araba Modülü L298N - 🤍 Kanalımıza abone olmayı ve aşağıdaki Twitter hesabımızdan bizi takip etmeyi unutmayın. İyi Seyirler... 🤍 Tüm Arduino'ya Giriş Bölümleri: 🤍 Tüm Ürün İnceleme Videolarımız: 🤍 Tüm Evde Elektroniğe Giriş Bölümleri 🤍 Tüm Projelerimiz 🤍

Arduino programmieren - Grundlegende Infos


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Arduino Setup for M5 Stick C Tutorial


M5Stick C is an esp32 development kit from the M5Stack family, it features a color TFT screen, IR transmitter, microphone, accelerometer and more... Learn how to get setup programming this small but powerful device in Arduino. Json link: 🤍 paste this in preferences additional board manager urls Get yours here: 🤍 If you have more questions about the M5 Stick C you can go to the docs page 🤍 Or ask around on our forums

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