A Master Microbit(Teacher) issues out math equations to Client Microbits(Students). Students then compete to be first w/ the correct answer.
Break your big, ugly tasks into cute little chunks using the Pomodoro Technique! This simple project uses MicroPython to make it happen.
By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to know how to control your phone's music player using micro:bit.
Check your everyday activity, get info about recommended norms and share your progress on social networks!
Adding smartness in vehicle entry and exit system.
Adding an active NeoPixel lighting system to your E-Bike using the micro:bit.
A Quick and simple walking steps counter using BBC MicroBit written in Ada.
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.
Learn how to amplify the sound from the BBC micro:bit and hear it loud through the Speaker of Snap Circuits.
Learn how to control the state of the LED with the press switch.
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 radio function of the micro:bit to control remotely the Snap Circuits.
Program a micro:bit with Mbed to read switch A/B, ADC, accelerometer, magnetometer and display data on 16x2 LCD.
Learn how to play sounds and music from the BBC micro:bit through the Speaker of Snap Circuits.
Learn how to use the infrared receiver (U24) of Snap Circuits to detect input from remote controls with the micro:bit.
A STEM interactive animated project for BBC micro:bit part of the Art-a-Tronic interactive art project.
Some geeky wand enhancement for all those Harry Potter lovers out there. Illuminate your wand.
A 2 min project (check the video), that builds you a weather station using Micro:Bit and ☒SW01
M5Stack and Micro:bit can control each other, thanks to the M5:Bit
A upgraded version of the micro:bit game "snap-the-dot" adapted for the gamer:bit (controller:bit) hardware extension.
Use light sensors to make timing gates then explore the relationship between kinetic energy and potential energy.
Learn how to change the brightness of the connected Red LED (D1) of Snap Circuits by writing an analog signal to the micro:bit pin.
Use a TV remote control to request the micro:bit to light a lamp and automatically turns it off in 5 seconds.
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