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WHAT IS IT??? WHAT CAN I DO WITH IT? SOME PROJECTS
ARDUINO is a tool for making computers that can sense and control more of the physical world than your desktop computer**. Arduino is a small circuit board with an Atmel MicroController chip and other parts. See examples HERE. Arduino is intended for use by both non-technical people with no previous programming experience and seasoned pros who love to tinker. Arduino is a small circuit board with an Atmel MicroController chip and other parts. See examples HERE. Arduino is intended for use by both non-technical people with no previous programming experience and seasoned pros who love to tinker.
  • How to get started
  • Installing ARDUINO
  • FIRST SKETCH
List of projects:
Arduino is a 'Rapid Electronics Prototyping Platform' which consists of two main parts:
  • SENSORS - An Arduino Open-Source Microcomputer board
  • SOFTWARE:** The free Arduino [[1]] that runs on PC, .

Arduino is great with other Rapid Prototyping technologies like 3-D Printers and Laser Cutters. Many [2] are featuring Arduino with other tools and technologies.

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This project is for the design and construction of a electrically-heated kiln for making "Warm Glass", which is glass heated until pieces fuse together or "slump" or "drape" over shaped molds.

Arduino is intended for use by both non-technical people with no previous programming experience and seasoned pros who love to tinker. Arduino is a small circuit board with an Atmel MicroController chip and other parts. See examples HERE. Arduino is intended for use by both non-technical people with no previous programming experience and seasoned pros who love to tinker.
Arduino is intended for use by both non-technical people with no previous programming experience and seasoned pros who love to tinker. Arduino is a small circuit board with an Atmel MicroController chip and other parts. See examples HERE. Arduino is intended for use by both non-technical people with no previous programming experience and seasoned pros who love to tinker.




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/* YourDuinoStarter Example: The BusyBox for OSCAR    BBtry-TTS-3
  - WHAT IT DOES: Reacts to buttons, makes lights, noises.. speech
  Uses the Emic 2 Text-to-Speech Module.
  - SEE the comments after "//" on each line below
  - CONNECTIONS:
   - Pin   10  // Serial input (connects to Emic 2's SOUT pin)
   - Pin   11  // Serial output (connects to Emic 2's SIN pin)
  - V1.00 04/07/2018
   terry@yourduino.com */

/*-----( Import needed libraries )-----*/
// include the SoftwareSerial library so we can use it to talk to the Emic 2 module
#include <SoftwareSerial.h>
#include <SD.h>  // Needed by the EMIC2 library, though not utilized in this example
#include "EMIC2.h"

/*-----( Declare Constants and Pin Numbers )-----*/
#define RX_PIN  5  // Connect SOUT pin of the Emic 2 module to the RX pin
#define TX_PIN  6  // Connect SIN pin of the Emic 2 module to the TX pin)
#define ledPin 13  // Most Arduino boards have an on-board LED on this 

#define VERBOSE
/*-----( Declare objects )-----*/
EMIC2 emic;  // Creates an instance of the EMIC2 library
// set up a new serial port
//SoftwareSerial emicSerial =  SoftwareSerial(rxPin, txPin);

/*-----( Declare Variables )-----*/


void setup()   /****** SETUP: RUNS ONCE ******/
{
  // define pin modes
  pinMode(ledPin, OUTPUT);

  // Initializes the EMIC2 instance
  // The library sets up a SoftwareSerial port
  // for the communication with the Emic 2 module
  emic.begin(RX_PIN, TX_PIN);
  /* When the Emic 2 powers on, it takes about 3 seconds for it to successfully
    initialize. It then sends a ":" character to indicate it's ready to accept
    commands. If the Emic 2 is already initialized, a CR will also cause it
    to send a ":"
  */

  emic.setVoice(0);  // Sets the voice (9 choices: 0 - 8)
  emic.setVolume(18);

}//--(end setup )---


void loop()   /****** LOOP: RUNS CONSTANTLY ******/
{

  emic.speak("Hey, Oscar. is this working? ");
  delay(2000);
  emic.speak("Where is GrandMom?");
  delay(2000);
  emic.speak("Tell her to get to work");  
//  emic.speak(3.14);  // It accepts various alphanumeric or numeric data types

 // emic.speak(":-)0 Let's now sing a song");
  //   emic.speakDemo(1);
  while (1);

}//--(end main loop )---

/*-----( Declare User-written Functions )-----*/



//*********( THE END )***********



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ARDUINO HARDWARE:


Arduino Hardware consists of Arduino type Microcomputer Boards, and the many, many kinds of physical devices that can be used with Arduino. The main categories of devices that can be connected to Arduino are:</span>

  • SENSORS - Devices that Sense some external variable or event, and connect to an Arduino Input Pin
  • ACTUATORS - Devices that perform some kind of Action when activated by an Arduino Output Pin or Pins.

Click on the categories above, to go to our page explaining them in more detail.

HERE (click) is a simple example using an Ultrasonic SENSOR and a Servomotor ACTUATOR.

Should you use Arduino for REAL ENGINEERING?? Joshua says YES! See why HERE:

Here are some more general HOW-TO pages on different subjects that are not specifically Sensors or Actuators:




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