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An exciting new podcast direct from Arduino discussing education, STEAM, technology, trends, and all things Arduino Education. Join us every week for a chat with inspirational guests, fun tutorials, and the latest STEAM and edutech info. We also have a live web show every Thursday, featuring projects, guests and more. Save you place right here: https://www.arduino.cc/education/eduvision
 
Video lessons on learning programming and electronics with Arduino. This is part of our Arduino Crash Course and Arduino Course for Absolute Beginners. It's designed to take someone with little or no experience in programming and electronics and get them fast-tracked to learning the skills to prototype using Arduino.
 
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It's the EDUvision holiday special! Join us for a fun-filled and action-packed live show where we'll be celebrating play in education with special guest Simon Niedenthal. Simon is a Professor of Interaction Design and is investigating the potential of smell-enabled gaming. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/arduino/message…
 
In this unmissable podcast, we talk to US science educator, curriculum designer, STEM advocate, and founder of Nitty Gritty Science, Dr. Erica Colón about how to close the STEM gender gap. In 2008, Erica earned her Master’s in Educational Administration, but quickly realized her passion was working with science teachers. She returned to earn her Do…
 
In this podcast, we have our minds blown by outstanding US STEM educator, Bill Church. Bill loves teaching, physics, and engineering. A former public school physics teacher, he's used computer science, engineering design challenges, inquiry, and technology tool sets in classrooms for over twenty years. Bill has presented his work on project-based l…
 
We talk to Maynard Okereke, also known as STEM superstar Hip Hop M.D.. His successful YouTube channel, Hip Hop Science, is aimed at bridging the gap between music and science by bringing the scientific into everyday pop culture. We talk all things science education and, of course, music! You can also check out our spookiest Arduino Halloween projec…
 
In our latest podcast, we talk to Marco Zennaro, a research scientist focusing on IoT, wireless sensor networks and their applications in developing countries. We talk about how we can achieve the UN Sustainable Development goals (with a focus on AI), as well as all things IoT. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/arduino/message…
 
In our latest podcast, we talk to Pete Warden, technical lead at Google and founder of Jetpac, a deep learning technology startup acquired by Google in 2014. We discuss all things AI and IoT, and - because it's International Failure Day on October 13th - we also explore why failing is so important to learning. --- Send in a voice message: https://a…
 
In Arduino EDUvision this week we talk to aerospace fans Matt Scott, Secondary STEM Coordinator, and Andrew O’Brien, STEM Curriculum Advisor from the New South Wales Department of Education, Australia. We discuss all things space and STEM, including how Matt and Andrew developed a STEM curriculum unit led to the ProtoSat. --- Send in a voice messag…
 
We talk to IoT teacher André Roussel about universal access to information and the development and future of the IoT. André currently teaches the Internet of Things course at the Collège Communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick in Canada, and has deep experience in process improvement, systems analysis, electrical wiring, databases, and programming - as …
 
Would you take a ride in a self-driving car? Wondering how long it will be before you see them on the roads? In this episode of Arduino EDUvision, we talk to Çetin Meriçli, about self-driving vehicles and robotics. Çetin is the CEO and co-founder of Locomation, a leading developer of safe and reliable autonomous driving technology for semi-trucks. …
 
In this episode, we talk to maker and educator Nathalie Duponsel about the power of open-source and taking a maker style approach to education, all in celebration of Software Freedom Day on September 18th. Nathalie is a doctoral candidate in Educational Technology at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, and a certified primary school teacher. …
 
In this, the very first episode of the new season, we have fun with programming and celebrate International Programmers' Day. Our special guest is Damien Kee, a passionate educational technologies advocate who specialises in bringing technology concepts to teachers and educators around the world. With a focus on robotics, programming, and electroni…
 
Have you ever wanted to change the font color in the Arduino IDE? Maybe it is hard for you to read the light grey comments in the Arduino IDE, or maybe you prefer something a little bolder. Whatever your reason, in this short video, I demonstrate a relatively easy way to change the font color of comments.…
 
In many cases while using an Arduino, you will want to see the data being generated by the Arduino. One common method of doing this is using the Serial.print() function from the Serial library to display information to your computer’s monitor. In this week’s episode we will talk about the intricacies of the Serial.print() function. This is the seco…
 
In many cases while using an Arduino, you will want to see the data being generated by the Arduino. One common method of doing this is using the Serial.print() function from the Serial library to display information to your computer’s monitor. In this week’s episode, we will talk about the intricacies of the Serial.print() function. This is the fir…
 
There are a couple good use-case scenarios for making a secret knock detector using an Arduino. You are a spy who needs to authenticate your cohorts You are a super hero who wants a secret knock to open the entrance to your lair Whatever the reason - by the end of this tutorial you will know how to use an Arduino, a piezo transducer and a couple ot…
 
In this video we demonstrate how to create pseudo random numbers with Arduino - with a useful twist. This lesson was inspired by the following viewer question: How do I create Random Non-Consecutive numbers with Arduino? P.S. These are the best tutorials that a complete idiot like you could ever make, thanks. -Chris Let's overview exactly what we w…
 
I don’t subscribe to many magazines, but I love my subscription to Make: magazine. And even though I rarely have time to sit down and enjoy a magazine in peace and quiet (parents forget what peace and quiet means), I still manage to get through my Make: magazine cover to cover. I like it that much! This video is a short review of why I enjoy Make: …
 
Understanding how the Arduino IDE sets up its file directory system can spare you some confusion when it comes to saving, organizing and opening your Arduino sketches (or sketches you have downloaded from the internet). This week’s episode covers the following: The Arduino Sketchbook folder How to change the default location where your Arduino sket…
 
In this video we talk about an Arduino shield designed to teach you about shift registers, I2C, SPI, temperature sensors, real time clocks, analog to digital convertors and flash memory chips - all this on one awesome Arduino shield! Electronics Concepts can be Intimidating Like any industry or hobby, electronics has its fare share of acronyms. A c…
 
This week's Episode is what I am calling an intermission, which is basically me taking a break from hardcore Arduino tutorial making, and present a less technical topic. In this intermission video, I walk through the process I use when creating Arduino tutorials and some of the software that helps me do it. Here is a list of software I use when cre…
 
If you ever have a project using two or more Arduinos, it's likely you'll want them to work together. Say for example you have one Arduino connected to an LCD shield, and another Arduino controlling an LED matrix. You want both to do something when you press a single button - how can this be done? It turns out to be extremely easy. This video will …
 
In this video we will be talking about some key points to keep in mind when assembling an Arduino shield from a kit. Many of these tips will apply equally well to any type of electronics kit you are assembling. So you just bought an awesome Arduino shield - it's going fly you to the moon and back, but before you start using it you have to do some b…
 
In this episode I talk about the video channel that I host on YouTube. If you have watched any previous episodes of this channel then you know I focus on Arduino related topics. The purpose of the channel is to help people learn about using Arduino. Specifically, the target audience is electronics hobbyists who are interested in learning to use Ard…
 
If you have been learning about Arduino for any amount of time, than you have probably come across the term Breakout Board. Now, you might think, as I did when I first heard about breakout boards, that they were some fixture for practicing your Kung Fu fighting. In this lesson, we will discuss what breakout boards are, how they can accelerate your …
 
If you are learning about Arduino, you have no doubt come across the term Arduino Shield. This tutorial will explain what Arduino Shields are, why they are awesome, and several things to consider when buying shields. cool electronics ideas that you have. Now the Arduino in and of itself is pretty amazing - you can do a lot of stuff with an Arduino …
 
So you just opened up your fancy new gadget - maybe an awesome DSLR camera, or the newest gaming system, or maybe a new Blu-ray player. As you gladly tear away the packaging - you notice a small book that feels like it was printed on 4th generation recycled newspaper - it’s the instruction manual. As you skim the pages you realize it was first writ…
 
This video tutorial talks about using the random() and randomSeed() functions with Arduino. It is pretty straight forward, but there are some intricacies worth noting. Creating truly random numbers in Arduino is harder than you might think. The closest we can get in Arduino, and just about anywhere else, is using pseudo random numbers. That is, num…
 
Ever ever spent too much time searching for a 220 ohm resistor or just one more jumper wire? Are you sure you had that extra LED, LDR, [Fill in the blank], but have no idea where it went? Do you just want to throw up a quick circuit and get to coding? Travel a lot and want an easy way to learn Arduino on the road?…
 
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