We were introduced to Lilypad. It is not fundamentally different from arduino uno. Lilypad removes the need to place resistors because they are built in. To get use to the functions and feel of Lilypad we shall go over circuits 1, 4, 5, & 6.
The first cuircuit tested with Lilypad. To make an LED blink.
It was very simple to set up. Connect the ground to the negative component and the positive to any of the open rings with markings. The hardest part was declaring which pin the LED was occupying. Below are photos of the very organized connection from Lilypad to LED and the code we established. As well as the youtube video created to show the blinking LED.