Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Arduino Workshop is one of the most exciting project based books on the market right now. Yes it covers the basics, so if you don't know an Arduino from a Gameboy, you are covered, but it seamlessly brings you up to speed with over 60 useful and fun projects that you will quickly modify into your own interpretations, and use as building blocks for for your creations. My favorites are the traffic signal (for model railroads - add a sensor loop), and the two 7 segment LED with shift registers (make electronic D&D dice). The datalogger with LCD history graph was also very neat. I highly recommend this book. Happy experimenting!
Posted by Steve Spence at 9:59 AM