Hi, today I’d like to introduce how to make a simple thermometer with micro:bit. I used the microbit to get the temperature and control the steering gear. First, let us start with the design part, and then we will enter the programming part.
I’d like to use the micro:bit to design a course. In this course, I need to use the micro:bit to combine building blocks, motors and crash sensors to make something interesting for the children, and also allow them to build the device.
I designed a simple top ejector. In the process of building, students can learn the knowledge about gear transmission, and then play games and competitions with their peers.
Hi,I got a whim to use micro:bit making a ninja shuriken. I’ve fascinated with Naruto since I was a child and I’ve dreamed of throwing the sword in his hand like Sasuke. Let’s use the micro:bit to get such a magic experience!
This is a simple "swimming robot". Of course, it can't swim in the water but is able to move on the ground by “swinging” its arm. This project mainly aims to guide children to think about how to speed up by using different materials and the touching places to the ground.
Many countries have begun to popularize this micro:bit in recent years. It was quiet from the beginning to later as a representative of open-source hardware in the market. The popularity of micro:bit has given us a signal that all countries have begun to attach importance to programming education...
The hot seasons are always sweating us and making the body sticky and uncomfortable, which would lead to the loss of body water, and you feel a dry tongue, even to catch a heatstroke. Therefore, a suitable cooling device would be helpful. We have many cooling methods, such as: air conditioning, fans, frozen drinks, etc. Let's make a simple little fan today.
The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized codeable computer with motion detection, a built-in compass and Bluetooth technology, which was given free to every child in year 7 or equivalent across the UK in 2016.