Kit-on-a-Shield for Arduino (Not a DeLoreanuino – but close)
It’s the currency of life.
For some reason, many of us can’t seem to find enough of it to spend on learning cool things, like say building a cyborg dog to grab us a cool drink on a hot summers eve.
At Programming Electronics Academy, we want to help you reclaim some time, and that’s why we are announcing our Kit-on-a-Shield for Arduino.
Editors Note: We renamed the shield to – Learning Lab Kit on a Shield for Arduino
Editors Note: We re-renamed the shield to “Kit on a Shield” for Arduino
What does the Kit-on-a-Shield for Arduino do?
The Kit-on-a-Shield for Arduino is meant to help you save time – it basically pre-populates common circuits for you.
Circuits that you might already have learned quite well – like LED, potentiometer, or push buttons.
Instead of searching your shag carpet for the 220 ohm resistor that dropped last week, you simply use the Basic Electronics Arduino Shield – and it connects everything up for you. No need to breadboard the circuits out.
So when you sit down for 20-30 minutes to practice coding on Arduino – then you spend the majority of the time getting to try new things, and less time repeating something you already know.
Learn more about the shield at our Kit-on-a-Shield for Arduino reference page.
If you want to get your hands on the first batch, then sign up here.
UPDATE: The shield is now available for purchase:
If you are interested, you can purchase it here:
On Amazon.com (US Customers only)
On our Website (International and US customers)