Intermediate Arduino Projects

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    1. DIY LED Matrix with Arduino: Setting Up
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    In this lesson, dive into Arduino, circuity, and array concepts by positioning nine LEDs in the form of a matrix to be controlled by a multi-dimensional array.

    In this lesson, dive into Arduino, circuity, and array concepts by positioning nine LEDs in the form of a matrix to be controlled by a multi-dimensional array.

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    2. DIY LED Matrix with Arduino: Coding
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    Now that you have an idea of how to set up a multi-dimensional array with Arduino, it’s time to program your matrix of LEDs to blink in sequence!

    Now that you have an idea of how to set up a multi-dimensional array with Arduino, it’s time to program your matrix of LEDs to blink in sequence!

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    3. Solving the Arduino Matrix Challenge
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    Have you tackled the DIY LED multi-dimensional array challenge? In this lesson, walk through the three exercises laid out in the previous matrix lesson.

    Have you tackled the DIY LED multi-dimensional array challenge? In this lesson, walk through the three exercises laid out in the previous matrix lesson.

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    4. Making an Arduino GUI with Buttons
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    In this lesson, Michael from Open Source Hardware demonstrates the design and coding process to make an Arduino GUI with buttons and cursor.

    In this lesson, Michael from Open Source Hardware demonstrates the design and coding process to make an Arduino GUI with buttons and cursor.

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    5. Starting a GUI with a Potentiometer
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    In this Arduino lesson, get started setting up a DIY graphical user interface (GUI) with color LEDs and a potentiometer for brightness control.

    In this Arduino lesson, get started setting up a DIY graphical user interface (GUI) with color LEDs and a potentiometer for brightness control.

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