When we see images in quick succession, it creates an optical illusion in our brain allowing us to detect motion. This effect known as Persistence of Vision (POV) can be used for some interesting real world applications. In this course, you will develop a LED based POV display project using Arduino. The display when rotated at a certain high speed, will magically show letters that are pre-programmed. To achieve this, the flashing of LEDs is synchronized with the rotation of the display using Arduino programming techniques.
By building this project, you will practically learn about Arduino programming, working of dynamic LED displays at different locations like Railway Stations, Bus Stands, etc. and DC motors.
Login to our Online Learning Portal will be provided instantaneously upon enrolling. This Portal gives you access to video lectures, tutorials and quizzes required to build your project. You can also view the demo of this course by clicking on the 'View Demo' button above.
Roboversity Persistence of Vision project kit will be dispatched to you within 24 hours of enrolment. Use this kit along with the online portal to learn and complete the project based course. As you complete the course your project will also be completed.
|Features||Classroom Training||Online project based course|
|Kit||Will be given in the class||Will be dispatched to you in 24 Hours|
|Doubt Clarification||1 trainer to 40 students||Personal 1-to-1 session (Video/Chat) with our experts|
|Duration||16 Hrs Fixed||16 Hrs at your own pace (Complete within 45 days)|
|Venue||Fixed||Anywhere as per your convenience|
|Additional cost for student||Travel, Accommodation to reach the venue||No additional costs|
|Refund||Only before training program starts||Anytime if you don't like the course|
|Revision||Using study material in pdf format||See the video lectures/tutorials any number of times|
|Pause & Resume||Not possible||Pause and resume any number of times|
|Module Size||2 hour lecture||3 min videos which will allow you to take breaks|
|Hands-on session||1 trainer to 40 students||High clarity videos showing clear steps which can be reviewed any number of times|
|Certification||Upon Completion||Upon Completion|
|Study Material||PDF format (Online)||Excellent Video based lectures and tutorials|
|Examination||Online at extra fee (₹ 299)||Inbuilt in the course|
|Price||₹ 7,500 per team of 5||₹ 3,999 (+999 per extra member)|
Module 1: What is Persistence of Vision?
Learn: What is Persistence of Vision?
Learn: How Persistence of Vision display works?
Review: What is Persistence of Vision?
Module 2: Arduino
Learn : Arduino: An Introduction
Review : Arduino: An Introduction
Learn : Arduino Architecture
Do : Connect and detect Arduino Uno
Review : Arduino Architecture
Module 3: Arduino Programming
Do : Introduction to Arduino IDE
Learn : Structure of Arduino programming
Do : First program in Arduino
Do : Basic programming practice
Review : Arduino programming
Module 4: DC Motors
Learn : DC Motors: Concepts & Applications
Do : Make a DC Motor work
Review : DC Motors
Module 5: Make a Persistence of Vision display
Do : LED array connection
Do : Persistence of Vision base structure
Do : Powering Arduino
Do : LED array connection with Arduino
Module 6: Programming of Persistence of Vision display
Learn : Program for Persistence of Vision display
Do : Write and burn the code
Module 7: Testing Persistence of Vision display
Do : Powering and Testing
Module 8: Course Completion
Do : Upload final project video
Do : Download certificate
Roboversity Persistence of Vision project kit containing the following items will be dispatched to your address within 24 hours. One kit will be sent per team.
The kits are well tested before dispatching and come with 100% replacement warranty.
Battery (6F22 9V) is required for this project. Shipping this item isn't possible due to the logistics issues. This item is easily available in your local market. Our team shall assist you in getting this item if needed.
All Roboversity certificates have a unique ID which can be verified online for authentication.
Anybody interested in Arduino can attend this course.