More and more people are getting into hardware hacking, and the open source Arduino platform makes it simpler and more accessible than ever. Low-cost, cross-platform, extensible, and easy to program, Arduino is an ideal environment for everyone from hobbyists to students and teachers. "Making Arduino Think" is the first complete, practical introductory guide to this remarkable technology platform. The authors thoroughly cover all the background new users need to get started, and then guide readers in building their skills - gradually transforming them into advanced users capable of creating customized circuits and shields. Along the way, they present many of today's most exciting real-world Arduino projects, and provide extensive sample code for these projects. Coverage includes: * Preparing your development environment, and understanding Arduino hardware * Working with the Arduino IDE and its default Ethernet, LiquidCrystal, and Servo libraries * Getting started with simple servo projects: blink, sense, and more * Working with custom libraries, including Streaming, AFWave, SoftSerial, and SSC32 * Building music- and interactivity-related projects * Building connectivity projects: XBees and Ethernet Shield * Using Arduino's robotics capabilities * Building resistors, voltage regulators, and custom PCBs * Taking the next steps as an Arduino developer
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