Play real chords on an electric micro: bit guitar. Enjoy micro: bit guitar by shifting the pitch up and down octaves.
Give a bottle to read a book in library. Transforming Trash into Knowledge at the Library
Use light sensors to make timing gates then explore the relationship between kinetic energy and potential energy.
M5Stack and Micro:bit can control each other, thanks to the M5:Bit
webUSB, webMIDI, webBluetooth, oh my web! In this session, we will explore what webUSB, webMIDI and webBluetooth API.
A STEM interactive animated project for BBC micro:bit part of the Art-a-Tronic interactive art project.
Learn how to receive input from the Press Switch (S2) of Snap Circuits and process it with the micro:bit.
Some geeky wand enhancement for all those Harry Potter lovers out there. Illuminate your wand.
Change color of lamp by holding your hand in front of webcam
Make a Sun & Earth rotation model to explore and analyze the daylight difference in different locations.
Learn how to use your micro:bit for programming the RGB LED integrated into the Color Organ of Snap CIrcuits.
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 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.
This code uses the micro bit's radio ability to send and receive number via radio.
Utilising a Microbit and a RTC to create a Binary clock with alarm option housed in a 3d printed box with resin inlay text.
Learn how to use the Press Switch (S2) of Snap Circuits as button A or button B of the micro:bit.
This inexpensive robot that is safe for humans disinfects surfaces with UV-C light.
Beating Heart and Message using the BBC Micro:bit and XinaBox xCHIPs. So here's your geeky, sweet project for February.
Turn the LED from Snap Circuits into a Morse code beacon with the help of the BBC micro:bit.
A dumb workaround for connecting Microbits to DAW's for easy gestural music control.
Learn how to use the photoresistor (RP) of Snap Circuits as a light sensor input for the micro:bit.
Learn how to use the infrared receiver (U24) of Snap Circuits to detect input from remote controls with the micro:bit.
By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to connect and play sound with micro:bit on the piezo buzzer.
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