Many off-the-shelf microcontrollers include human-machine interface (HMI) circuitry to enable ‘simple’ inputs and outputs such as touchpads and segmented alphanumeric displays. However, implementing these features is not always easy or even straightforward. In our second class, we will look in detail at some of these features and how to overcome some of the common obstacles that developers may face. We will also begin the process of downloading and setting up the development environment for the hands-on portion of the class.
February 27, 2018 - 2:00pm EST