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- Introduction to Arduinos Part 2 (the Electric Boogaloo)NORTH WIND VI, Alpharetta, GA
Last time, we had lots of fun learning about Arduinos. We set them up, made them say "hello," and learned how they can read inputs and control lights. We also played around with something called analog inputs!
This time, we are going to learn even more cool stuff! We will:
- Create a Command Line Interface (CLI): This is like a special way to talk to the Arduino using typed commands! Imagine texting your Arduino to tell it what to do.
- Implement Commands: We’ll teach our Arduino to understand and respond to the special commands we type.
- Connect to WiFi: Just like your phone or tablet, we’ll connect the Arduino to the internet! This way, it can chat with other devices.
- Send UDP Packets to a Server: This might sound tricky, but it’s just a way for our Arduino to send messages across the internet to another computer, called a server.
Don’t forget to bring a laptop if you have one! We will have demos that you can follow along with, and there will be 4 - 6 stations with all the hardware you need to try out the code and see the magic happen.
Can’t wait to see you there for more Arduino adventures!