ELECFREAKS helps education innovation, and colorful activities light up the road of science and technology education
Highlights of ELECFREAKS’s recent activities are exciting! From supporting the campus science and technology festival to the global debut of new products, from assisting the professional growth of teachers in the county's information technology disciplines to the appearance of open-source products at the Open Source Summit European, ELECFREAKS has been committed to promoting the integrated development of technology and education and providing global education Inject new vitality into your career. Next, follow me to see what activities ELECFREAKS has participated in recently!
Young people aged 8 to 18 from all over the world took part in do your:bit 2021. They came up with amazing, innovative solutions that worked towards the Global Goals and solved problems facing the world.
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.
Many countries have begun to popularize this micro:bit in recent years. It was quiet from the beginning to later as a representative of open-source hardware in the market. The popularity of micro:bit has given us a signal that all countries have begun to attach importance to programming education...
The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized codeable computer with motion detection, a built-in compass and Bluetooth technology, which was given free to every child in year 7 or equivalent across the UK in 2016.
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.
Hello, today I will use micro:bit to make a simple reaction test game. There is a small bright spot on the LED matrix that moves left and right. When the bright spot moves to the middle, press the A button...
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.