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:
micro:bit Finger-guessing Game
Hello, today I am going to build a finger-guessing game with the micro:bit. If we shake the micro:bit, the micro:bit displays the scissor, stone or cloth at random, then we can play it with our partners.
Introduction to micro:bit microturtle extension library
While browsing the makecode website, you may find a very interesting extension library-Turtle, which is a micro:bit extension library that is used to control a LED highlight, and then control its movement through programming, we can also draw the movement track to create complex graphics, there is limited by the size of the dot matrix on the micro:bit board, there are not many complex graphics that can be drawn, but it is still worth a try. Below is a spiral I drew
micro:bit Avoiding bricks---Additional functions
We’ve added some additional functions to the project we shared last week---micro:bit avoiding bricks.
micro:bit Avoiding Bricks
Let’s use micro:bit to make a game of avoiding bricks. It can control the spots by gravity to avoid the falling bricks. Once it touches the bricks, the game ends. Let's see how it works:
Build a sky wheel with micro:bit
This week we are going to build a sky wheel with micro:bit and the Lego bricks, though it is in a simple structure, it requires a very fundamental knowledge of physics. Now let’s follow the steps below to build your sky wheel.
Hand-made a microbit electronic piano
Hello, today I’m going to show you a case of how to make a handmade electronic piano with a micro:bit. It is a kind of electronic keys instruments that can simulate kinds of tones and sound.
How to make a guitar with a micro:bit ?
Change the tones of the micro:bit guitar from adjusting the distances from the bricks board to sonar:bit.
Microbit Programming: Showing a Running Pixel on the LED
Before, we briefly introduced the basic knowledge of microbit programming, this week, we will learn how to program on the microbit LED display.
How to build a defending Cutebot with micro:bit?
Last week we’ve made a combatting robot from the Cutebot, this week I’m gonna to make a defending Cutebot and have them holding a combatting race to see which is more powerful!