Your Arduino Kit
Danger Shield - Shields and Libraries
Motors (and stuff)
Arduino Experimenter Kit (ARDX)
||Printable PDF Version of ARDX Manual||Very useful introduction to the Arduino. You may
not have all the parts, but there are code samples and project ideas in
there that you can make with the parts you have. You may have to tweak
the resistor values. Use your 1000Ω resistor instead of the 560Ω and 2.2kΩ resistors and
you'll do fine.
If you want to try all the experiments without sourcing the parts, you can buy the the kit without an Arduino from Solarbotics. You'll also get a great parts case and mount for your Arduino and breadboard.
|You can't Arduino without the IDE. Great software,
lots of built in examples.
||Official Processing Download
||The easy to use Java
based programming language that inspired the Arduino IDE and libraries.
Its makes it easy to communicate with Arduino sketches. Many of the
Arduino IDE's built in examples provide Processing sample code.
Frizing 0.6.3B was used to make circuit diagrams and breadboard layouts for the lab notes. Some custom parts were designed for the lab notes. These may be made available to you later in the semester.
You may be asked to use it to produce similar diagrams and layouts for assignments.