Analog to Digital
How does a computer see color, hear sound, or feel temperature? The latest video in the Arduino series determines how to merge the infinite colors, temperatures, and sounds of the real world into a few values that the computer understands.
Do you want to drive a robot? This summer we will have a live stream where the Lego Robot navigates a course using programs you’ve created. Be sure to catch up on the series before then.
There are several projects you might have missed. Subscribers were not notified about the three activity videos associated with the Time series. If you want to wire a sundial, monitor a pendulum, or create a water clock, be sure to check them out.
The Lego Robotics, Arduino, and Physics series look at our world using sensor and programming. The Lego Robotics series focuses on basic interactions of a robot with its surroundings. Lego Robots use a graphics-based programming language and easy to assemble pieces. The Arduino series explores electronics using project-based learning with components and resources readily available to hobbyists and makers. The Physics series introduces basic concepts and expands them to real world applications. Additionally, it provides projects which explore the use of sensors used in obtaining data.
Where do we get the numbers in word problems? This series covers the basic concepts in physics and explores how sensors gather data from the physical world. We want you to use this knowledge to collaborate with us on projects, work on your own ideas, and strengthen your existing understanding of science and engineering. The Arduino series delves deeper into building and programming the electronic devices used in this series.
What would you like to build today? Arduino provides a simpler way for everyone to create electronics based projects. This series will discuss concepts in electronics and provide projects. Parts lists, wiring diagrams, and code will be provided and explained. This will be the foundation for many of our larger future projects. This series supplements the physics series and expands upon the robotics series.
Learn how robots think and how to talk to them. This is an introduction to robotics, programming, and electronics. The Arduino series expands upon knowledge gained in this series.