How to make a basketball counter with micro:bit?
Hi, this week I’m planning to show you with a case of building a simple micro:bit basketball counter. It is able to help us to count the times of throwing a basketball into the hoops.
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Let’s start building it now, firstly please prepare the materials we need as the picture shows:
Now build a baseboard with four frames as the picture indicates:
Here let’s build the “pillar” for the basketball hoops:
Next let’s build with the counting times part, it requires the sonar:bit. Fix sonar:bit to the bricks with the screws and have them connected to the “pillar”.
Now let’s build the loop part with the bricks in below pictures:
Download the program to the micro:bit and here we go with the finished
If you have any new ideas, please feel free to contact us via email@example.com, thank you!
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