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.
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.
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
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.
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.