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There are many feats of learning Arduino. Besides plugging in your board and downloading the "blink" sketch, it's important to learn more about digital inputs. The epitome of digital inputs is push buttons. Push buttons are used for a variety of applications to trigger events. In this tutorial, we're going to explore how to record a push-button sequence using Arduino. It's a pretty awesome showcase project, so if you're looking for Arduino projects that "amaze," this is certainly on the list. In our prototype, we'll use four buttons to record the sequence and two buttons to choose our mode (play or record). Check out the image below to see what this project looks like assembled.
Creator of LearnRobotics.org. Liz is a Robotics Engineer with experience ranging from Robotics Research at UPenn, Teaching at MIT, and Automated Manufacturing Engineering at United Technologies. Liz writes technical tutorials that anyone can follow and provides tips and tricks to help engineers grow their careers. Liz has authored over 100 pieces of unique content on this site. You can support her work here. Learn more about Learn Robotics on our About Us page.
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I’m Liz, a Robotics Engineer, and the creator of Learn Robotics.