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Must see video – ARDUINO PARK!


This is fantastic! engineerzero writes –

A guided tour of the Arduino Uno. This is a really basic and I hope somewhat humorous introduction to the layout of the Arduino board and some of its functions. The Arduino is open-source and the images are my own or downloaded from public domain stuff in the Google Sketchup 3D Warehouse. Music is royalty-free from Kevin MacLeod.

More info on the Arduino is at http://www.arduino.cc

My strange blog is at http://engineerzero.wordpress.com

I don’t know why the Arduino board looks square on Youtube.


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3 Comments

  1. Absolutely hilarious and creative! “See, I told you we could get on top of the crystal by climbing up on each others shoulders” LOL! Great job 🙂

  2. Good, but not spectacularly accurate. Biggest complaint: confusing the ISP connector with Shield connections (it’s bad enough that some shields use this…)

  3. I hope they practiced anti-static rules when they walked around that Arduino.

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