June 14, 2015
June 14, 2015
June 17, 2015
Engineering Physics & Physics
26.1205.1 - 26.1205.13
Opensource Hardware Microcontrollers and Physics Education Integrating DIY Sensors and Data Acquisition with Arduino Using the simplicity and power of the opensource community, we have developed a series of experiments, activities, and labs to investigate, measure, and analyze physics phenomena.. For many years, data collection devices from Pasco and Vernier have helped classrooms gain a better insight. With the ease of use of the Arduino environment, instructors, lecturers, and lab managers can take this to the next level. In this paper, we will present a series of experiments, Students will build their own data acquisition devices to model and build an understanding around data measurement, uncertainty, and calibration. In this paper, we will present a variety of projects around teaching circuits, capacitance, and other physics areas using Arduino.
Huang, B. (2015, June), Open-source Hardware – Microcontrollers and Physics Education – Integrating DIY Sensors and Data Acquisition with Arduino Paper presented at 2015 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Seattle, Washington. 10.18260/p.24542
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