85% of the Arduino Kit buyers just play with sample codes! Here is a “ready go” app that gives you the same feel of a fully assembled Arduino Kit!!
Change the pre-defined values in the code to see leds blink, play with additional modules like LCD Screen, Stepper Motor, Servo Actuator and DC Motor.
Safe for kids who are interested in electronics.
For all age groups!!
This Arduino Simulator app gives the user the freedom to work without the basic setup of hardware and software.
The developer can make the necessary changes in the code – delay, pin number, and state – 0 (low) 1 (high) – and check it immediately. The app shows the breadboard, complete with 14 LED pins.
You can drag and place the wires in the correct positions to connect to Arduino. If the wires are placed according to the code, then it will show the expected results. Once satisfied, you can save the tested code and email it. The code can be copied and used in an actual project just as easily.
This app comes with several options as In-App Purchases:
Blink LED: The simplest thing you can do with an Arduino is to see physical output: to blink an led.
With this app, you can customise the given code, upload and execute the program to get the blinking LED.
Digital Pins: Digital pins come in two state, either ON or OFF state. An ON state is HIGH (1) and OFF state is LOW (0).You can use these digital pins either as input or output pins. Use the function pinMode() to configure the pins either to INPUT or OUTPUT. The default mode is INPUT if you do not specify them using pinMode().
Arduino and LCD: Describe and simulate the working of LCD display with examples.
Arduino and motors:Describe and simulate the working of different motors such as dc, servo and stepper motor.
LED Matrix: A setup, that can work as a 8×8 LED matrix driver.
Touch Sensor: A circuit that can sense the touch.
Tone Generator: Describes a setup for create midi tones using arduino.
Arduino Piano: You can create, program and play piano keyboard.
Seven Segmented Display: Describes how to control a seven segmented display using arduino.
Arduino and light Sensor (ldr): Read the output values from an ldr and according to that, controls an LED.
Ultra Sonic Distance Sensor: A setup for finding distance from a point using arduino and ultrasonic distance sensor.
Arduino and PIR sensor: Describes and demonstrates, how we can connect a PIR sensor to a microcontroller board (arduino) and the response according to a motion near to it.
Check out Arduino Simulator tutorial at http://schogini.com/tutorials/arduino/
Arduino Knock Sensor:
This tutorial shows you how to use a Piezo element to detect vibration, a knock on a door, table, or other solid surface with the help of arduino.
Demonstrate the setup and working of an orientation sensor ADXL335 with arduino Circuit gives the angles in x,y and z directions in degrees.
Note: You cannot add your own lines of codes into the arduino. You can only edit the specific parts of the given codes.
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What’s New in Version 2.8
– Added New Chapters
– Added In-App Restore Button
– Performance & Stability Improvements
– Minor Bug Fixes
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