Learn how to turn your micro:bit to a countdown timer that emits light and sound using Snap Circuits components.
Learn how to apply special effects on the LED of Snap Circuits with the help of the BBC micro:bit.
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.
Learn how to play sounds and music from the BBC micro:bit to the Whistle Chip (WC) of Snap Circuits.
Learn how to play sounds and music from the BBC micro:bit to the Speaker of Snap Circuits.
Learn how to control the state of the LED with the press switch.
A miniature representation of sending alert to the police about the real-time random sound intensity around the hospital via Telegram.
Learn how to receive input from the Press Switch (S2) of Snap Circuits and process it with the micro:bit.
Turn any LED from Snap Circuits into a blinking LED. The micro:bit will automatically turn the LED on and off every second.
Learn how to connect a Snap Circuits LED to the snap:bit and control it with the micro:bit.
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.
Short of batteries? Power your Snap Circuits from the micro:bit!
Today, I am going to show you how to make your Micro:bit talk using a very easy programming language called MicroPython.
Don't let your BBC micro:bit collect dust! Here is how to use it with Blynk and Arduino IDE.
In this quick and easy project, you build a micro:bit moisture sensor
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!
A Micro:Maqueen Robot Car.
Simple BBC Micro:bit Script Step-o-meter!
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.
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.
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