A Quick and simple walking steps counter using BBC MicroBit written in Ada.
Adding smartness in vehicle entry and exit system.
An automatic turntable to assist in capturing images of your product from all the directions.
A gas leak monitoring device with adjustable sensitivity for detecting natural gas with voice prompt warning & ventilation for fire safety
Learn how to amplify and control the volume of the sound from the BBC micro:bit through the Speaker of Snap Circuits.
Learn how to amplify the sound from the BBC micro:bit and hear it loud through the Speaker of Snap Circuits.
Learn how to use the Press Switch (S2) of Snap Circuits as button A or button B of the micro:bit.
Ensuring safety against electrical fire or shock during earthquake, flood, gas leakage & fire breakout by disconnecting mains with smart CB.
Send and receive temperature data over LoRa using a pair of BBC micro:bits
Learn how to send data from the ATT (AllThingsTalk) IoT platform to a BBC micro:bit using XinaBox
Use the card game engine developed in Parts 1 & 2 to implement a 1 player blackjack game
Learn how to create and shuffle a virtual deck of cards then deal a hand to a player, using a micro:bit. The foundation for any card game.
Learn how to use micro:bit to show playing cards on an SSD1306 128x64 OLED display. A key element of any card game.
This inexpensive robot that is safe for humans disinfects surfaces with UV-C light.
Turn mains electricity on and off using a micro:bit with an IX01 breakout and a 3rd party relay.
Ever wanted to track things happening in your garden or school using smart garden ornaments? Now you can using BBC micro:bits and the cloud.
Hello friends in this video we will see to how to make a temperature measuring device at home in just 5 minute.
Express yourself with your bike lights!
Would it not be interesting to see if people around you are using a Google/Apple API based Corona Contract Tracing app? Calliope can help.
Collecting large data sets is key to applied data science. Use the techniques in this project to collect data on your BBC micro:bit.
Use a TV remote control to the micro:bit to turn on and off the DC Motor of Snap Circuits.
Use a TV remote control to request the micro:bit to light a lamp and automatically turns it off in 5 seconds.
Learn how to program the micro:bit to turn the DC Motor (M1) of Snap Circuits on and off with the help of the NPN Transistor (Q2).
Learn how to use the infrared receiver (U24) of Snap Circuits to detect input from remote controls with the micro:bit.
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