An Introduction to Sensors from PyroEDU #makereducation
Thanks to Christopher for writing in about PyroEDU’s new online course, An Introduction to Sensors, which is available here!
PyroEDU is excited to release our sixth online course, An Introduction To
Sensors, where we cover interfacing an Arduino Nano to a range of sensors
from motion detectors to temperature sensors. This is the final course in
our Introductory Series and we thought your readers would be interested in
one or multiple of our courses. Linked below is a press kit containing
information about PyroEDU, as well as a few photos and animations of what we
offer. Our courses are completely free to anyone with an Internet connection
and we want to share our knowledge with a broader audience. Please feel free
to use any of the information from the press kit to share details about our
efforts and please do not hesitate to contact us directly using the provided
contact information if you have additional questions or comments.
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