Temperature and humidity sensor is a module based on DHT11 digital temperature and humidity sensing element. It is sensitive to the ambient temperature and humidity changes and can be used for temperature alarm, humidity testing and other works.Now let's use it to measure the temperature and humidity of the surrounding environment.
Micro:bit is becoming more and more popular in many countries ,it’s easy to learn for young kids ,also is easy to teach for teachers ,but only one micro:bit for learning how to programming is not enough ,so for the markets there are many micro:bit breakout board and kits for micro:bit ,but it’s hard to know which kits are best or don’t know how to choose it . Many of our clients also ask us same questions ,Elecfrekas has all kinds of micro:bit accessories ,but they don’t have know how choose them . Although micro:bit is focus on the primary and secondary schools ( age for 7-16),but for older students also can use the micro:bit to do many interesting projects .There let me show you how to choose our micro:bit kits .
This article is from a novice who used 2 micro:bit motherboards, 2 Nezha expansion boxes, and 4 rainbow lights from planet X sensor series to make eyes and hearts for cute Christmas characters. And she makes the beautiful but dull Christmas KET board dazzling.
This blog introduces how to get the Nezha Breakout board and the PlanetX sensors working with KidsIoT, here we’ve made a project called the micro:bit remote feeder, which makes it possible to feed your pets at home or offices at any time.
At the same time, we’d like to bring you with our KidsIoT from a simple IoT project.
This is a simple car, I want the children to apply the knowledge of gear acceleration that they have learned in the course of the gyro launcher，and transform this simple car to make the car drive faster; or by replacing the tires. To increase the speed of the car...
What is noise? In our daily life, all sounds that interfere with people's rest, study and work, and interfere with the sounds you want to hear, these sounds are collectively called noise.
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.
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.
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.