Arduino physical computing based on ATmega328 microcontroller with more pinouts and memory capabilities. Arduino can be flexibly used with more conventional programming environment be it C, assembler etc.

Arduino came in the year 2005 in Italy, for students to create interactive environment using sensors and actuators. Due to low cost and easy for novices, professionals too started showing interest and exploring the development board. With due time this shielded board of microcontrollers opened up options with multiple projects and usage.  

Students who have technical knowledge and interest, are eligible for this program. Hobbyists who do not have knowledge of embedded system and robotics but wish to learn, can also pursue this program.

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For rapid development and knowledge without taking out soldering iron, ATMEGA328 on UNO adds to the electronic requirement standards. Be it a small device or a car, microcontroller and development boards are used all over.



Introduction to ARDUINO

  • Introduction to Open Source Hardware
  • Introduction Arduino
  • Understanding the Environment
  • Why Arduino?
  • Different series of Arduino Development Board


  • Arduino UNO Semitics & Bootloader
  • Understanding How the Stuff works?
  • Introduction to Microcontroller
  • Microcontroller - 328P

Arduino Integrated Development Environment

  • Installing the Environment
  • Lets get started with Arduino IDE!
  • Lets Blink LED

Before You Begin

  • Learn about circuit designing
  • Study Breadboard
  • Working of IR Sensor
  • Lets start and make circuits
  • Understanding the sketch

Lets Climb Up in Arduino

  • Interfacing LED
  • Interfacing Displays: LCD
  • Interfacing Seven Segment Displays
  • Interfacing Actuators: DC Geared Motor

Arduino: Learn to the Core

  • Learn wireless communication: PC to arduino
  • PWM
  • ADC
  • Interrupts
  • SPI Communication
  • Inter IC-communication (I2C) between two Arduino


  • What are motors?
  • DC Motors
  • Servo Motors
  • Stepper Motors

Give Sensor to Arduino: Learn Sensors

  • What are Sensors!
  • IR Sensors Designing & Programming
  • Interfacing Temperature Sensor
  • Interfacing HC-SR04
  • Interface PIR Sensor

Arduino: It's not finished yet

  • Interfacing Accelerometers
  • Interfacing GPS Module
  • Interfacing Gas Sensor
  • Operating Servo Motor

Projects Covered

  • LED Blinking
  • Using Display: 16x2 LCD
  • UART: Controlling motor using serial communication
  • X-bee Communication
  • Developing Range finder
  • Using Accelerometers: Hand Gesture Robot
  • Making Four Leg Walker
  • Bluetooth Controlled Robot
  • Accelerometer Controlled robot
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