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Experimenters Kit Video Series

Experimenters Kit Video Series

If you have been reading our blog recently and have been inspired to create your own Arduino project but have no idea how to get started, the Freetronics Experimenters Kit is a fantastic tool to help you learn the skills you will need to work on more advanced projects. YouTuber Pancake has put together a fantastic series of videos which demonstrates the final result of each of the projects in the Experimenters Kit! You can check out the first video below:

 

These videos are a really useful resource if you are thinking about buying the experimenters kit and want to find out more about it, or if you are working through the experimenters kit and want to make sure you are on the right track!

The Experimenters Kit includes a wide range of parts including a servo, sensors, lights, buttons, a sound module and more. Importantly, a Freetronics Eleven Arduino-compatible board is included to ensure that the kit contains everything you need to get started with Arduino. All these great parts would be useless without some form of instructions which is why we have developed a comprehensive project and instruction booklet to get you started. Check out the product page to find out more.

Worked through our Experimenters Kit before? Keen to get started? Let us know in the comments section below or on Facebook and Twitter.  

 

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