The Pomodoro technique is a time management method. The technique uses a timer (work for 25 minutes, rest for 5, and so on).
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!
This tutorial is around BBC Microbit and programming the microbit using mbed C/C++ IDE .
Want to shoot your friends with airsoft BBs without giving them a chance to shoot back? Now here's your chance!
Turn mains electricity on and off using a micro:bit with an IX01 breakout and a 3rd party relay.
An analogue clock without physical hands which uses UVA LED's and Photo Luminescent film.
Augmenting electrical safety through Ada
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.
How to make your micro:bit work as a touch-activated music generator, that plays Star Wars theme.
Collecting large data sets is key to applied data science. Use the techniques in this project to collect data on your BBC micro:bit.
A Micro:bit-based game to help teachers train their students in math through a fun and competitive manner by counting LEDs in icons.
Make an shake table to simulate earthquake at different frequencies, build earthquake-proof structures and test out their seismic resistance
A simple tutorial to connect micro:bit to Azure in less than 10 mins without coding only with XinaBox
Use the card game engine developed in Parts 1 & 2 to implement a 1 player blackjack game
Learn how to use micro:bit to show playing cards on an SSD1306 128x64 OLED display. A key element of any card game.
I coded more arrows for the Micro:Bit LED array for more expressions of directions. Uses include a game night spinner and electronic compass
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