Arduino Complete Course : Build 30+ projects step by step

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Learn Arduino from basics to advance step by step with real working robotic projects.

Arduino is a subject that can’t be learned without practical experience. This course is designed based on the needs of a student. Here we will begin with very basic concepts of Arduino, like what is an Arduino. And all of its importance, scope, and advantages will be discussed. Then we will move to the course where the course is divided into 5 parts.

1. Arduino Programming

2. Hardware

3. Automatic Robots

4. App Development

5. Post Controlled Robots

Now let me explain to you what you are going to learn in all of these.

Arduino Programming

Before directly jumping on creating projects. We will first learn the basics. We will understand what is programming and how it is linked to Arduino and Hardware.

  • We will first learn about the Arduino IDE and how we can install it
  • Then we will understand about the compilers and editors
  • Once we are done with these we will move to the basics of programming and understand why is it important to learn to program
  • Then we will create our first project which is blinking a led using our programming basics.
  • We will then understand about the simulation. Where we will learn to create projects without the hardware. All by using virtual tools.
  • Then we will move to programming concepts and will learn about the following.
  • Datatypes
  • Operators
  • Conditionals
  • Loops
  • Functions
  • With practical demonstrations in every concept
  • And once we are done with the programming we will again practice all of our skills in a polish programming module where we will create more than 5 projects to apply whatever we have learned.


Now once we finish the programming. We will learn that how we can control the hardware using programming. There we will cover the following

  • We will learn to measure the light using an LDR sensor
  • Distance using Ultrasonic sensor
  • Line using a line sensor
  • Colour using the color sensor
  • Object using IR sensor
  • Motion using PIR sensor
  • Touch on the body using the Touch sensor
  • Temperature using DHT sensor
  • We will also learn about the motors and learn to run a DC motor
  • How to control the direction of a motor
  • Servo motor
  • Gear motors
  • Chasis
  • LCD and Oled displays
  • and will create mini projects with all of these components to understand their working perfectly

Automatic Robots

After learning Programming and Hardware we will apply our skills and create 3 projects in this part.

Which includes

  • A Laser Alarm System.
  • A-Line Following Robot
  • An Obstacle Avoiding Robot

App Development

Automatic robots were great and fun to create. But what if we can control the functions of a robot anytime. So for that, we will create our own apps using which we can control our robots anytime. Which we will learn in this part.

  • We will learn about the MIT app inventor and develop our skills in it
  • We will learn the front end and backend of an application
  • Our first app will be for controlling light
  • Then we will create 7 apps for all kinds of applications
  • We will create apps to control multiple functions
  • We will create apps to control motors and gears
  • We will create apps to control devices using our voice.

Post Controlled Robot

Once we got our skills in app development we will use those skills and develop our own mobile app-controlled projects where we will create two big projects.

  • A Mobile Controlled Rover
  • A Voice Controlled Robot
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What Will You Learn?

  • Arduino
  • Arduino Programming
  • Voice Controlled Robot
  • Mobile Control Rover
  • Obstacle Avoiding Robot
  • Line Following Robot
  • Laser Alarm System
  • Project Development using Arduino
  • Electronics App Development
  • Arduino IDE
  • Programming Basics, Datatypes, Conditionals, Loops and Functions
  • Light Measurement using LDR
  • Distance Measurement using Ultrasonic Sensor
  • Object Detection using IR sensor
  • Line Detection using Line sensor
  • Colour Detection using Colour sensor
  • Laser Module
  • Touch Detection on a body
  • How to run a LCD Display
  • Motion Detection using PIR sensor
  • Temperature Detection using DHT sensor
  • Motors and Shields Working
  • How to run gear motors
  • Chasis and Robots
  • MIT app inventor
  • and 30 Arduino Projects

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