Microcontroller Prototypes with Arduino and a 3D Printer


Learn, Program, Manufacture

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<b>Microcontroller Prototypes with Arduino and a 3D Printer</b> <p><b>Discover a complete treatment of microcomputer programming and application development with Arduino and 3D printers</b><p><i>Microcontroller Prototypes with Arduino and a 3D Printer: Learn, Program, Manufacture</i> delivers a comprehensive guide to learning microcontrollers that’s perfectly suited to educators, researchers, and manufacturers. The book provides readers with a seasoned expert’s perspective on the process of microcomputer programming and application development. Carefully designed and written example code and explanatory figures accompany the text, helping the reader fully understand and retain the concepts described within.<p>The book focuses on demonstrating how to craft creative and innovative solutions in embedded systems design by providing practical and illustrative methods and examples. An accompanying website includes functioning and tested source code and learning exercises and the book relies on freeware development tools for the creation of firmware and software code, 3D printed enclosures, and debugging. It allows the reader to work with modern sensors and collect sensor data to a host PC for offline analysis. Readers will also benefit from the inclusion of:<ul><li>A thorough introduction to the art of embedded computers, including their interdisciplinarity, TPACK analysis, and the impact of microcontroller technology on the maker industry</li><li>An exploration of embedded programming with Arduino, including number representation and special-function codes and C common language reference</li><li>A discussion of hardware interfaces with the outside world, including digital pin interface, analog pin interface, UART serial interface, I2C, and SPI</li><li>A treatment of sensors and data acquisition, including environmental measurements with Arduino Uno, orientation and motion detection with Teensy, gesture recognition with TinyZero, and color sensing with Micro:bit</li><li>A variety of supplementary resources—including source codes and examples—hosted on an accompanying website to be maintained by the author:</li></ul><p>Perfect for researchers and undergraduate students in electrical and electronic engineering or computer engineering, <i>Microcontroller Prototypes with Arduino and a 3D Printer: Learn, Program, Manufacture</i> will also earn a place in the libraries of hardware engineers, embedded system designers, system engineers, and electronic engineers.