HiST Arduino course. Introduction Dominik – dominik.osinski (at) hist.no , 92550365. Nobody was born as an engineer…. If you want to run, you have to learn how to walk first “An expert is a person, who has made all the mistakes that can be made in a very narrow field” – who said this?
HiST Arduino course Introduction Dominik – dominik.osinski (at) hist.no, 92550365
Nobody was born as an engineer… • If you want to run, you have to learn how to walk first • “An expert is a person, who has made all the mistakes that can be made in a very narrow field” – who said this? • Burn it until you learn it • Engineers brake make things • Sport/programming the same rule – at the beginning you are 10000 repetitions from expertise…
Rules • We drink coffee only in the coffee corner! • Questions! ASK AS MANY AS YOU WILL! Don’t wait! • If someone is too quick with explaining or if you did not catch something at once – ASK! • If you have your own idea – try to implement it!
Course organization http://histelektro.weebly.com/ 2 weeks for each module • Intro to Arduino and programming – Mats, Runar • LabVIEW with LIFA – Robert, Lars Arne, Per Arne • LabVIEW with VISA – Andreas, Torleif • Competition – Dominik, Per Arne
First things first • Loan receipt • Hardware assembly • Software installation – instructions on a pen drive • Check the Arduino Project Book • HW and SW working before the next meeting
Tools HW • Arduino • Components, Wires, Buttons, etc. • Sensors SW • Arduino IDE • LabVIEW • VI package manager • Drivers
Tips! • Everyone has a moment of stupidity • If it’s not working, check the power first, then connections of the cables • Write code comments… • Have fun!