Kevin Montenegro


Arduino Starter’s Guide (1/7): Blinking LED

LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) are used in all clever things,so we have included them in this kit. We start with something very simple by repeatedly switching on and off and creating a pleasant flashing effect. To get started, grab the parts listed below, pin the layout sheet to your breadboard and then plug everything in. Hardware Used: 1 - 100 ohms Resistor 1 - LED 1 - Arduino Uno You can buy all this Hardware at Createlabz. Software Used: Arduino IDE Set-up the Hardware:

Starter’s Guide – Arduino Starter Kit

Overview: Arduino is the world 's largest open source hardware platform and offers endless possibilities for what you can achieve with its simple microcontroller based products. New hardwareis designed and presented on the market everyday, but the basics will always be the same, so the best way to start is to learn the basics with an Arduino Basic Kit. That way, you will be able to work with any Arduino-based board in the market. So in this tutorial, we will be doing 7 projects. Simply click on the link: 1.) Blinking LED 2.) Multiple LED 3.) Button Pressing 4.) Light 5.)

RGB Color Sensor using TCS34725 Module

Overview: Color Sensor? No problem. I have found the best color sensor in the market. The TCS34725 which has RGB(Red, Green, Blue) and clear light sensing elements. It has a Infrared blocking filter integrated on the chip, minimizes the Infrared spectral components of the light and allows color measurement to be