Oscilloscopes are all so EXPENSIVE! So one day, December 4, 2011, I was thinking of something to do because I was bored and had done all of my schoolwork. I decided, because I have been wanting an Oscope (Oscilloscope) for a year now, but my parents never got around to buying me one, I just made one! With that said, being only 14 in 8th grade, I do not make much of an allowance, if not any. I thought that maybe sharing this with the world would be helpful for those, like me, do not either make much money or have a tough budget. Although I may have a simple Oscope, it does the job. Please read all of the instructions first.
Step 1: Supplies
There are not many supplies needed to build this Oscope, but you will need the following: an Arduino (any kind will work), a computer (just to program one thing and to see your Oscope, you will not need to use it for this project forever), and two jumper cables.