Control Arduino digital pins via Visual Basic 6

Electronics lecturer and enthusiast Bambang Siswoyo has described in simple terms how to control Arduino digital output pins using a PC running Visual Basic v6. The Arduino is connected via the USB and the commands are sent from the VB program as characters which are interpreted by the Arduino, in turn controlling the digital pins. For more information see his video below:

 

Although this is quite simple it’s great to see more methods of interfacing with our Arduino boards. To get started click here. And we’re on twitter and Google+, so follow us for news and product updates as well.

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