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!
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.
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.
This is a small game that tests memory. It will display five characters in a row, and then wait for key input. When the player presses the keys in the correct order, √ is displayed. If the key is entered incorrectly, × is displayed and the game restarts. This is a simple game and you can have a try of optimizing and increasing the difficulty on the basis of this game.
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.