A STEM interactive animated project for BBC micro:bit part of the Art-a-Tronic interactive art project.
Beating Heart and Message using the BBC Micro:bit and XinaBox xCHIPs. So here's your geeky, sweet project for February.
Program a micro:bit with Mbed to read switch A/B, ADC, accelerometer, magnetometer and display data on 16x2 LCD.
IoT Community Garden Part 2: IoT Robot using Bluetooth communication between Raspberry Pi and Microbit, controlled over Telegram
Micro:Bit Police Red and Blue Flashing LEDs and Siren
DIY craft propeller anemometer, connected to BBC Micro:bit using Snap:bit and Snap Circuits.
Add some life to your Halloween decorations! Using micro:bit + LEDs, and some spooky music!
Learn how to create a panic button, which will send text message directly to your mobile phone when pushed.
Super simple yet fun humidity project. Easy assembly and programming, you'll be ready to shake in 5 minutes.
A Microbit-based game to help teachers train their students in math through a fun & competitive manner by counting LEDs in icons.
Use Wi-Fi to connect your BBC micro:bit to the Ubidots IoT platform using the XinaBox starter kit
Learn how to connect a Snap Circuits LED to the snap:bit and control it with the micro:bit.
A miniature representation of sending alert to the police about the real-time random sound intensity around the hospital via Telegram.
Break your big, ugly tasks into cute little chunks using the Pomodoro Technique! This simple project uses MicroPython to make it happen.
Mimic the roll of a dice by connecting an array of LEDs to the versatile BBC micro:bit, a bit of Python code, and hey presto, start rolling!
My kids celebrated New Year's Eve learning to code. Here's a simple and fun way to celebrate the New Year countdown.
Use a micro:bit to take control of your flashing Christmas jumper.
Show the status and sensor value to an OLED display.
Stem:Bit- A programmable block kit for micro:bit
Learn how to turn your micro:bit to a countdown timer that emits light and sound using Snap Circuits components.
A Master Micro:bit (teacher) issues math equations to Client Micro:bits (students). Students then compete to be first w/ the correct answer.
A Micro:bit-based game to help teachers train their students in math through a fun and competitive manner by counting LEDs in icons.
Learn how to power the micro:bit from the battery holder of Snap Circuits.
Learn how to play sounds and music from the BBC micro:bit through the Speaker of Snap Circuits.
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