In this video I’m demonstrating how to program an Arduino on a breadboard. I’m using an Arduino Uno as an ISP programmer to burn Arduino bootloader and program the Atmega chip. I’m also showing how to omit the bootloader and burn your sketches directly to the Atmega microcontroller. You can gain the full program space of the chip, because the bootloader does not take any memory.

I built this simple Arduino on a breadboard in my previous video:

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Video, edit, voice by Chris Lorkowski

Music by Jason Shaw – Rhastafarian
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