CodeBug is a little device that you can wear and learn to program. It has 25 LED lights in a 5-by-5 grid and two buttons for you to interact with.
CodeBug also has six ‘legs’ that can be used to connect croc-clips, banana plugs or even sewn to. These legs can be used as inputs or outputs and can even sense an electric current passing through (or generated by) your body.
On the back of CodeBug is a holder for a coin battery, for remote power. This means you can take CodeBug anywhere and even wear it on your clothes.
CodeBug is programmed using drag-and-drop blocks on the Create page. It's incredibly easy to make your first simple programs, and the CodeBug Activities page with show you everything you need to know.
You can see what CodeBug will do by using the emulator. You just click play and the emulator will behave exactly as CodeBug will when running your code.
You then download your program and upload it to your CodeBug. To get you started, follow the Getting started course which will show you everything you need to know to program your CodeBug and more!