Make A Balls Classifier with Smart AI Lens
This is a simple balls classifier device that could recognize the color of the ball and has them classified automatically.
Hi, we have introduced “ecode” last week, now I am going to use it to program a project---Hello, ecode!
Build an eggbeater model via blocks and power it on with the button.
The New Graphical Program Platform-ecode
Through the "graphical programming" micro:bit spiral, we used it to implement a simple spiral animation and left a question at the end, which is the figure below. You may find that this figure is hard to be achieved by micro:bit. How about ecode?
The Walking Robot
While I am browsing the website, an interesting Chebyshev connecting rod structure case comes to my eyes, which are used to simulate the walking of the robots.
micro:bit Reaction Ability Test
Hello, today I will use micro:bit to make a simple reaction test game. There is a small bright spot on the LED matrix that moves left and right. When the bright spot moves to the middle, press the A button...
The Direction Lights of the Cutebot
We may program to make the Cutebot turn on its directional lights while it turns. It’s also possible to control the lights via Joystick:bits or sensors, here I’ve programmed to change its driving status at random for each scheduled time.
Make a volume reminder with micro:bit.
micro:bit Electronic Candles
Hello, when we hold birthday parties, the lighting candles come to our mind for best wishes! If we have a micro:bit by hand, is that possible to make an electronic candle device with it? Here comes the case of blowing off the candle “fires” by sound.
Catch the "Apples"
Hello, this week I am going to make a catching apples game through a micro:bit. Let’s see how it works below: