NEW PRODUCT – Arduino Starter Kit from Arduino.cc


NEW PRODUCT – Arduino Starter Kit from Arduino.cc. The Arduino starter kit provides an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It contains all of the essential components required to start programming with the Arduino Uno board, and a guidebook featuring 15 different projects, which are designed to evolve the user from beginner to professional level. The starter kit has been developed together with a series of ten video tutorials hosted by Arduino co-founder Massimo Banzi. Read more about the kit on Arduino.cc


Parts and instructions are included for 15 projects involving a DC motor, servo motor, tilt sensor, LEDs and other basic electronic components.


  • Learning the tools
  • Spaceship interface
  • Love-o-meter
  • Color Mixing Lamp
  • Servo-motor Mood indicator
  • Light Theremin
  • Keyboard
  • Digital Hourglass
  • Motorized Pinwheel
  • Zoetrope
  • Magic 8-ball
  • Knock lock
  • Touch Sensor Lamp
  • Tweak the Arduino logo
  • Hacking buttons

Read more about the kit on Arduino.cc

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