What is an Arduino?
An Arduino is an open-source platform used for building electronic projects. The key term here is "open-source", meaning that anyone is able to modify and experiment with software. It is for this reason that it serves as an ideal gateway into learning electronic engineering.
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Before the device was conceived, the founders used to meet up in a bar in Italy called Arduino. Their goal was to create simple, accessible and low-cost tools that would give everyone a chance to create their own digital projects. Unlike other programmable circuit boards that require additional hardware, in order to load new code all you need is a USB cable. Whether you are a 5 year old kid starting out, a bachelor student or a seasoned computer programmer, the Arduino's simplicity and versatility allows for infinite possibilities. The software can be used to design anything from a robotic arm to a fingerprint scanner that controls your garage door. There are a number of resources available online to help kickstart Arduino projects and ultimately manifest your own original ideas.