You don’t need a fancy workshop with expensive equipment to create a working prototype. As a matter of fact, in the final course of this track, you will build electronic gadgets using a virtual Arduino board and the platform Tinkercad. You will connect various electrical components such as LEDs, motors, and sensors on a breadboard and control them using a block-based coding language.
This course is a great introduction to the connection between hardware and software and how to use microprocessors. By the end, you will be able to create a wide variety of gadgets, including an LED dice, a throwing arm, and a weather station.