AVR is the brain that runs Arduino, but you don't need the whole Arduino board to do fun projects. Experimenting with AVR Microcontrollers, from Practical AVR Microcontrollers, shows you how to create a spiffy set of projects that you can build to learn more about electronics, about AVR, and just to generate new ideas for your own projects. Alan Trevennor will show you how to create a secret panel project, a gadget to drive your pets crazy, a hallway lighting system, and even a small home automation network. What youall learn How to create an illuminated secret panel How to create visual effects with AVR How to create a waterfall-like lighting system How to set up a small home automation network Who this book is for Electronics hobbyists, Arduino fans, and any maker who wants to try some fun ideas with AVR. Table of Contents 1. Good Evening, Mr. Bond! Your Secret Panel 2. Here Kitty, Kitty: Rainbow Beams to Drive Your Pets Crazy 3. WordDune: How Much Do You Really See? 4. A Waterfall of Lights: The Passageway Lighting System 5. Moving to Mesmerize: Small Projects with Nifty Effects 6. Home Automation: Small Projects using CAN Bus Controller Area NetworksThe DC plug was a standard DC jack to match the 2.1 mm pin plug that the power supply came with. Examples of DC ... Obviously, you should match the DC power jack that you use to the one that is already fitted to your +12V DC power supply. Ia#39; m afraid that DC ... Having settled on the connectors and drawn up the final circuit diagram and connection schedule I got busy putting it all together. Figures 4-7anbsp;...
|Title||:||Experimenting with AVR Microcontrollers|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2014-12-01|