Строим роботов и другие устройства на Arduino. От светофора до 3D-принтера

Start Date: 07/05/2020

Course Type: Common Course

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/roboty-arduino

About Course

На протяжении тысячелетий люди усовершенствовали орудия труда, изучали силы природы и подчиняли их себе, использовали их энергию для работы машин, а в прошлом веке создали машины, которые могут управлять другими машинами. Теперь создание устройств, которые взаимодействуют с физическим миром, доступно даже школьнику. Наш курс состоит из серии практических задач про создание вещей, которые работают сами: изучают мир, принимают решения и действуют – двигаются, обмениваются данными друг с другом и с человеком, управляют другими устройствами. Мы покажем, как собирать эти устройства и программировать их, используя в качестве основы платформу Arduino. Пройдя этот курс, вы сможете создавать устройства, которые считывают данные о внешнем мире с разнообразных датчиков, обрабатывают информацию, получают и отправляют данные на ПК, в Интернет, на мобильные устройства, управляют индикацией и движением. Создание устройств будет включать проектирование, изучение компонентов, сборку схем, написание программ, диагностику. Попутно с созданием самих устройств вы сделаете визуализацию на ПК, создадите веб-страницу, которую будет демонстрировать одно из ваших устройств, а также разберетесь с устройством и работой FDM 3D-принтера. Помимо тех, кто увлекается робототехникой или стремится расширить кругозор и свои навыки, курс будет полезен всем, кто сталкивается с задачами бытовой и производственной автоматизации, а также занимается промышленным дизайном, рекламой и искусством. Курс не требует специальных знаний у слушателей, доступен даже ученикам старших классов средней школы. Плюсом будут навыки программирования и владение английским языком на уровне чтения технической документации, однако обязательным это не является. Весь курс посвящен практике и самым лучшим решением для вас будет раздобыть электронику, повторять показанные примеры и экспериментировать самостоятельно. Приобрести комплекты можно здесь – shop.cyberphysica.ru

Course Syllabus

Добро пожаловать! На этой неделе вас ждет введение в курс (обязательно ознакомьтесь с ним), а затем начало работы: знакомство с Arduino, средой разработки и первыми компонентами. Вы научитесь собирать схемы на макетке, напишете первую программу и получите первое готовое устройство. Не забывайте про важнейший раздел "Сделайте сами"!

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Course Introduction

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Arduino Arduino and Arduino-compatible boards use printed circuit expansion boards called "shields", which plug into the normally supplied Arduino pin headers. Shields can provide motor controls for 3D printing and other applications, Global Positioning System (GPS), Ethernet, liquid crystal display (LCD), or breadboarding (prototyping). Several shields can also be made do it yourself (DIY).
Arduino Nevertheless, an official Bill of Materials of Arduino boards has never been released by Arduino staff.
Arduino In January 2015, Arduino LLC file a lawsuit against Arduino SRL.
Arduino In early 2008, the five cofounders of the Arduino project created a company, Arduino LLC, to hold the trademarks associated with Arduino. The manufacture and sale of the boards was to be done by external companies, and Arduino LLC would get a royalty from them. The founding bylaws of Arduino LLC specified that each of the five founders transfer ownership of the Arduino brand to the newly formed company.
Arduino A minimal Arduino C/C++ sketch, as seen by the Arduino IDE programmer, consist of only two functions:
Arduino The original Arduino hardware was produced by the Italian company Smart Projects. Some Arduino-branded boards have been designed by the American companies SparkFun Electronics and Adafruit Industries. , 17 versions of the Arduino hardware have been commercially produced.
Arduino At the World Maker Faire in New York on October 1, 2016, Arduino LLC co-founder and CEO Massimo Banzi and Arduino SRL CEO Federico Musto announced the merger of the two Arduino companies.
Arduino Many Arduino-compatible and Arduino-derived boards exist. Some are functionally equivalent to an Arduino and can be used interchangeably. Many enhance the basic Arduino by adding output drivers, often for use in school-level education, to simplify making buggies and small robots. Others are electrically equivalent but change the form factor, sometimes retaining compatibility with shields, sometimes not. Some variants use different processors, of varying compatibility.
Applications of 3D printing Open-source robots are built using 3D printers. Double Robotics grant access to their technology (an open SDK). On the other hand, 3&DBot is an Arduino 3D printer-robot with wheels and ODOI is a 3D printed humanoid robot.
Arduino A program written with the IDE for Arduino is called a "sketch". Sketches are saved on the development computer as text files with the file extension ".ino". Arduino Software (IDE) pre-1.0 saved sketches with the extension ".pde".
Arduino At the end of 2008, Gianluca Martino's company, Smart Projects, registered the Arduino trademark in Italy and kept this a secret from the other cofounders for about two years. This was revealed when the Arduino company tried to register the trademark in other areas of the world (they originally registered only in the US), and discovered that it was already registered in Italy. Negotiations with Gianluca and his firm to bring the trademark under control of the original Arduino company failed. In 2014, Smart Projects began refusing to pay royalties. They then appointed a new CEO, Mr. Musto, who renamed the company to Arduino SRL and created a website named arduino.org, copying the graphics and layout of the original Arduino.cc. This resulted in a rift in the Arduino development team. All Arduino boards are still available to consumers so the implications of this are uncertain.
Arduino The Arduino IDE supports the languages C and C++ using special rules of code structuring. The Arduino IDE supplies a software library from the Wiring project, which provides many common input and output procedures. User-written code only requires two basic functions, for starting the sketch and the main program loop, that are compiled and linked with a program stub "main()" into an executable cyclic executive program with the GNU toolchain, also included with the IDE distribution. The Arduino IDE employs the program "avrdude" to convert the executable code into a text file in hexadecimal encoding that is loaded into the Arduino board by a loader program in the board's firmware.
Arduino Although the hardware and software designs are freely available under copyleft licenses, the developers have requested that the name "Arduino" be exclusive to the official product and not be used for derived works without permission. The official policy document on use of the Arduino name emphasizes that the project is open to incorporating work by others into the official product. Several Arduino-compatible products commercially released have avoided the project name by using various names ending in "-duino".
Arduino The Arduino project received an honorary mention in the Digital Communities category at the 2006 Prix Ars Electronica.
Arduino In May 2015, Arduino LLC created the worldwide trademark "Genuino", used as brand name outside the United States.
Arduino Most Arduino boards contain a light-emitting diode (LED) and a load resistor connected between pin 13 and ground, which is a convenient feature for many tests and program functions. A typical program for a beginning Arduino programmer blinks an LED repeatedly.
Arduino Arduino is open-source hardware. The hardware reference designs are distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike 2.5 license and are available on the Arduino website. Layout and production files for some versions of the hardware are also available. The source code for the IDE is released under the GNU General Public License, version 2.
Arduino Arduino is an open source, computer hardware and software company, project, and user community that designs and manufactures microcontroller kits for building digital devices and interactive objects that can sense and control objects in the physical world. The project's products are distributed as open-source hardware and software, which are licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) or the GNU General Public License (GPL), permitting the manufacture of Arduino boards and software distribution by anyone. Arduino boards are available commercially in preassembled form, or as do-it-yourself kits.
Arduino The Arduino project provides the Arduino integrated development environment (IDE), which is a cross-platform application written in the programming language Java. It originated from the IDE for the languages "Processing" and "Wiring". It includes a code editor with features such as text cutting and pasting, searching and replacing text, automatic indenting, brace matching, and syntax highlighting, and provides simple "one-click" mechanisms to compile and upload programs to an Arduino board. It also contains a message area, a text console, a toolbar with buttons for common functions and a hierarchy of operation menus.
Arduino The initial Arduino core team consisted of Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino, and David Mellis, but Barragán was not invited to participate.