In this quick and easy project, you build a micro:bit moisture sensor
A Micro:Maqueen Robot Car.
Are you a teacher who wants to use micro:bit in your classroom, but doesn't know where to start? We'll show you how!
Build your own Bluetooth low energy services and bundle them as blocks that beginners can use!
Today, I am going to show you how to make your Micro:bit talk using a very easy programming language called MicroPython.
Smart kickboxing pad is for training speed, accuracy, and timing for beginners or expert martial arts, fitness or fun lovers.
Experiment with the Physical Web by turning your micro:bit into an Eddystone beacon.
Simple BBC Micro:bit Script Step-o-meter!
Get started with Wi-Fi based IoT on your BBC micro:bit. Share two-way data with an IoT Platform using the simple XinaBox IoT starter kit.
After shaking the micro:bit, it generates a random number (0 to 31), which will be shown with the led matrix (0 to 5 dots, 5 bits).
Here, we'll learn how to make a simple arcade game.
Don't let your BBC micro:bit collect dust! Here is how to use it with Blynk and Arduino IDE.
Radio link two micro:bits and a 'sonar' ultrasonic distance sensor. Detect movement with one and immediately show an alert on the other.
How to easily employ AI image/sound recognition for your microcontrollers, even if you know nothing about machine learning.
Teachers: learn the basics for teaching your students to code with the micro:bit using MicroPython.
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.
In the following passages, we are going to show you a detailed course of Micro:bit and start your programming trip together.
Learn how to connect a Snap Circuits LED to the snap:bit and control it with the micro:bit.
Use Wi-Fi to connect your BBC micro:bit to the Ubidots IoT platform using the XinaBox starter kit
A miniature representation of sending alert to the police about the real-time random sound intensity around the hospital via Telegram.
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!
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