I use the Arduino microcontroller for many projects. In this video I build a fully functioning 12x scale model of the popular Arduino Uno. I used a CNC machine to cut out the circuit board outline and lettering, and 3D printed all the connectors and components before assembling the entire project. Finally I demonstrate how to use the board to control some individually addressable RGB LEDs to automate my Christmas tree lights.
If you want to learn more about the Inventables X-Carve CNC machine visit:https://www.inventables.com/technologies/x-carve?ref=bytesized
If you would like a free trial of Altium Designer visit:
Belen Moyano & Drew Nichols:https://youtube.com/c/BelenMoyano
If you want to become a byte sized supporting member you can do so through either Patreon or YouTube memberships. This is a great way for me to connect with you on a more personal level while at the same time getting access to cool stuff like early release videos, behind the scenes content, and monthly hangouts. Please visit either of these links to learn more.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtVgFluK-MmGpQoE7VCxa6w/joinhttps://www.patreon.com/bytesized
If you're interested in what tools I use for byte sized projects, please visit: https://www.bytesizedengineering.com/tools
Byte sized merchandise:https://teespring.com/stores/byte-sized
As an engineer I spend most of my time problem solving and I think that's an extremely important skill. I have learned that complex problems that may seem impossible at first, can be solved by breaking them down into “byte sized” pieces. I hope that my viewers see my passion and enthusiasm for making things, and that it inspires them to make something that they're excited about.
If you’re new here you may not know that I make a lot of other cool project videos like this. If you enjoy these kind of project videos, please consider subscribing to byte sized. I really appreciate you taking the time to watch this video.https://www.youtube.com/bytesized?sub_confirmation=1