5 Smart Devices That You Can Make At Home With Arduino
The curiosity of the human being has no limits and, within it, robotics is one of those fascinations so unique that they are able to mobilize thousands of people to test their limits and develop home applications. On this road to ‘amateur’ robotics, there has been a lot to do with the irruption of open hardware: simply programmable boards that could be connected to all kinds of sensors to perform the most unexpected actions.
One of the most popular and used boards in the world is Arduino. It is a really simple device (a printed circuit board with a microcontroller, input and output ports and USB connections, through which it is also powered) that was first launched in 2005 and it can be used to develop all kinds of applications. Sensors of temperature, light, proximity, movement, infrared, etc…
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