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...
The final winners of the 2021 do your:bit Global Challenge were officially announced on the micro:bit official website on September 22. Young people aged 8 to 18 from all over the world participated in do your:bit 2021. They have proposed amazing and innovative solutions, committed to achieving global goals and solving the problems facing the world.
Hi, today I’d like to introduce how to make a simple thermometer with micro:bit. I used the microbit to get the temperature and control the steering gear. First, let us start with the design part, and then we will enter the programming part.
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.
Hello, following the ecode Dodgeball (I) last week, in this project I am going to extend it with more functions---ladders climbing and jumping, in this way the sprite could move on the map as you wish.
Hello, let’s try the compass on the micro:bit today! A digital compass is an input sensor that detects magnetic fields. Your BBC micro:bit has an inbuilt compass that can detect the direction in which it is facing. I am going to make a mine clearance alarm project today.
Following with the previous issue of Shot the Bull's-eye in ecode (Ⅰ), we would continue programming and enable it to achieve shooting and scoring functions. The principle is very simple, let’s do it together now!
First, we need to add a code to the arrow and launch the arrow when the space bar is pressed.