Arduino Interfacing with Sensors in Your Smartphone

Use your Mobile Sensors to test, run and prototype embedded systems projects and unleash your Smartphone hidden power.

Sensors are one of the crucial things when it comes to building Embedded Systems projects. Most sensors needed for testing are not available locally or take too long to ship from an online store.

What you’ll learn

  • Introduction to Arduino.
  • Introduction to Smartphone Sensors.
  • Create Your Own Mobile Application without any Coding experience.
  • Reading your Smartphone sensors data to test and prototype your Arduino projects.
  • Establishing communication through USB connection.
  • Serial Communication between Arduino and Smartphones.
  • Writing proper codes to collect readings from different sensors available in Smartphones.

Course Content

  • Introduction and Getting Started –> 1 lecture • 3min.
  • Hardware and Software Requirements –> 4 lectures • 22min.
  • Setting Up App Inventor –> 2 lectures • 4min.
  • Designer and Blocks Editor –> 2 lectures • 4min.
  • First Mobile App to Control Arduino –> 3 lectures • 19min.
  • Installing and Running the Emulator in AI2 –> 1 lecture • 3min.
  • Proximity Sensor –> 2 lectures • 14min.
  • Light Sensor –> 3 lectures • 16min.
  • Accelerometer Sensor –> 3 lectures • 19min.
  • Gyroscope Sensor –> 2 lectures • 6min.
  • Magnetometer Sensor –> 2 lectures • 5min.
  • Make Android App With Zero Experience MIT App Inventor –> 12 lectures • 56min.
  • Android Apps for Arduino with MIT App Inventor without Coding –> 26 lectures • 3hr 38min.
  • Reading Analog Sensor with Arduino –> 9 lectures • 50min.

Arduino Interfacing with Sensors in Your Smartphone

Requirements

  • Computer/Laptop.
  • All Softwares needed for this course are provided during the lecture.

Sensors are one of the crucial things when it comes to building Embedded Systems projects. Most sensors needed for testing are not available locally or take too long to ship from an online store.

Smartphones have most of the basic sensors like proximity, accelerometer, light, magnetometer, gyroscope, etc. embedded and we can in fact use these sensors in our Arduino projects. These can be easily used for quick prototyping.

So In this Course, I will show you how these sensors can be used to talk to Arduino.

7 hours on-demand video | 14 sections | 71 lectures | 8 articles | 6 downloadable resources | Bonuses

We’re going to learn how the sensors in your android smartphone can communicate with your Arduino. In modern smartphones, there are a lot of useful sensors for an ingenious Arduino project. Some of the available sensors:

  • Light sensor
  • Proximity sensor
  • GPS (assisted GPS)
  • Compass/magnetometer
  • Accelerometer
  • Orientation sensor

In this course, you will learn the following:

  • The Idea of the project.
  • How to Make a Mobile App without Coding
  • How to use Serial Communication
  • How to use MIT app inventor
  • How to write Arduino code to get data from Mobile Sensors
  • How to make Physical connections
  • What is a Proximity Sensor? And how to use it?
  • What is Light Sensor? And how to use it?
  • What is Accelerometer? And how to use it?
  • What is Gyroscope? And how to use it?
  • What is Magnetometer? And how to use it?

At the end of this course, you will have a thorough understanding of our lessons and get to experience creating your very own application and use mobile sensors to test your next Arduino project.

 

What makes us qualified to teach you?

We are an educational engineering team with 13 years of experience with both teaching and actual projects. Since 2007, we are in the programming and micro-controlling business. We do our best to create courses that are easy to understand and follow. Moreover, we are glad to teach aspiring learners like you. We hope to make more people inspired to pursue this career.

 

Apply now and click the Enroll Button below!

 

Bonuses that you will get when you join today! 

  • Make Android App With Zero Experience MIT App Inventor
  • Android Apps for Arduino with MIT App Inventor without Coding
  • Read Any Analog Sensor using Arduino