SIK Experiment Guide for Arduino - V3.3
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Resources and Going Further
There are tons of sensors and shields you can hookup to an Arduino that will help take your projects to the next level. Here's some further reading that may help you along in learning more about the world of electronics.
For more inspiration and ideas for working with your SIK, check out these tutorials:
SIK Keyboard Instrument
We can use the parts and concepts in the SparkFun Invetor's Kit to make a primitive keyboard instrument.
Measuring Internal Resistance of Batteries
Classroom STEM activity that has students build a battery from a lemon, measure the open and closed circuit voltages, and determine the battery's internal resistance.
For more info on Arduino, check out these tutorials:
- Installing Arduino
- Installing an Arduino Library
- Arduino Data Types
- SparkFun Arduino Resources and Curriculum
- Arduino Comparison Guide
- Arduino Shields
- SparkFun Adventures in Science
For more hardware related tutorials, give these a read:
We also have additional kits available that cover different microcontrollers, development environments, and robotics.
SparkFun Inventor's Kit for RedBotROB-12649
mbed Starter KitKIT-12968
SparkFun Inventor's Kit for MicroViewKIT-13205
SparkFun Inventor's Kit for LabVIEWKIT-13271
SparkFun Inventor's Kit for PhotonKIT-13320
Raspberry Pi 3 Starter KitKIT-13826
Johnny-Five Inventor's KitKIT-13847
Reference files are available here:
- Example code on GitHub
- Fritzing diagrams on GitHub
- PDF version of the Guide
- SIK Projects code on GitHub
Thanks for following along!