22 amazing Makers talk about how they create magic with electronics, software, wood, and plastic, and they break down their knowledge and process into actionable steps so that you can learn and adapt skills that work.
With this course, you will learn how to use an oscilloscope to capture, display, and analyse any electrical input signal.
This course will guide you through a series of experiments so you can practice taking measurements, like the period, rise time, width, duty cycle, max and min voltages, and lots more, and even decode communications protocols like RS232, and I2C.
Learn how to use the Arduino but without the frustration of wires and components that don’t match. No more frustration.
Use the ESP32 to create an Internet of Things gadget with PlatformIO and VS Code.
Use this powerful microcontroller to turbo-charge your Arduino projects.
Maker Education as a model for education in the 21st Century.