Arduino, Programming, Circuits, and Physics

Arduino, Programming, Circuits, and Physics

By Tony Farley

  • Release Date : 2015-04-15
  • Genre : Physics
  • FIle Size : 69.64 MB


Arduino, Programming, Circuits, and Physics A step by step introduction to Arduino, programming, circuit construction, and the physics of circuits for use in a high school or undergraduate physics course.  The book has many helpful interactive images to building the projects, explanations and step by step instructions on the programs, and basic circuit analysis and whole chapters on resistance, current, voltage, and Ohm’s law.  Section questions and projects are linked to Google Docs for students to answer and submit to instructors. Also, hashtags for showing off work via social networks are included in the assignments.


  • Fantastic!

    By celeratis
    There is a lot of information out there about Arduinos but almost nothing about using them to teach the basics of circuits the way you would in a high school physics class. This eBook does it all. Detailed and accessible explanations of the concepts, guided examples of problems, activities and links to outside resources, as well as clear and explicit directions to use the Arduino to explore circuits. And my interactions with the author were great as well. Very responsive to my inquiries.