Introduction: Arduino

This is the final product. You need some wires, arduino, breadbord, battery, push button switches, 7 segment display, some codes, resisters, and a container to hold it.

Step 1: Coding

You can get codes on GitHub. You need to go to the git hub website and search what kind of codes you want. This is the link to the codes that we used. They are under the sevseg section. The codes you need.

Step 2: Bread-Board

This is the seven segment display attached to the bread-board. The breadboard you need MUST HAVE two positive and negative rails with row and columns to work with in the middle. As long as you have these requirements the breadboard can be whatever size you want it to be.

Step 3: Arduino

This is the arduino. You should connect it to the the computer to put codes in it.

Step 4: Wires

These are some of the wires, it really helps to color code them.

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    5 years ago

    It would be nice to have someone other than yourself to proofread your text in this instructable. The word "Codes" is used and should be changed to the word "Code" which can still imply multiple lines of coding instead of "Codes" which can be construed as: a set of laws or regulations, ideas or rules about how to behave or a set of letters, numbers, symbols, etc., that are used to send secret messages to someone or something.



    6 years ago

    Cool! What does it do?