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<aside class="notes"> esp32 è più potente, maggior memoria e ha un modulo wifi integrato che non è supportato, due core indipendenti
non dico che è open source</aside class="notes">
</section>
<section>
<h2>More details about theESP32</h2>
<p>The ESP32 we are going use is manifactured by Espressif.</p>
<ul>
It features:
<li>**CPU** Xtensa® Dual-Core 32-bit LX6</li>
<li>**ROM** 448 KByte</li>
- **SRAM** 520 KByte
- 2.2V TO 3.6V **Required Voltage**
- 802.11b/g/n WiFi 2.4GHz and Bluetooth **Connectivity**
- 18mm x 25mm x 3mm **Compact Size**
- **Advanced Peripheral Interfaces** support
</ul>
</section>
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Download the code we provided you and open it with the **Arduino IDE**
If you want you can try write it yourself!
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e.g. read a sensor's value, send a signal
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**A microcontroller does this, it continues to repeat an operation, forever and ever**
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if it is composed of several different voltages</p>
<img class="fragment" data-src="./images/signal_analog.svg" style="width: 70%;"/>
</section>
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<section>
<p>If we connect two points of a circuit with<br/>
two difference voltages we create a <b>short circuit</b></p>
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before powering it</p>
<h2 class="fragment">Thank you</h2>
</section>
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We will do a small sketch that reads the light value and prints it on the computer
We will do a small sketch that reads the quantity of light and prints it on the computer
But first, we need to build the circuit!
But first, we need to build the circuit
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<img src="./images/ESP32_photoresistor.png" alt="Sensor"/>
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Our circuit should look something like this
<img src="./images/ESP32_photoresistor.png" alt="Sensor" style="width:50%;"/>
We connected the point between the photoresistor and the resistor with a cable that goes to the pin labeled as **D35**, to read the voltage value
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