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1. Micro:Bit is one unique board, not for its fully function and powerful feature, but for its easy to use and easy to learn even for Kids. My propose is to use minimum resources for a fun toy. A BLE controlled crossbow blot to fire a cotton ball stick with paints on head. The crossbow blot is fixed on one SG90 steering driven platform. Try to use only 3 Digital/Analog pins to control 2-D angle and fire-button to let off the cotton ball stick. Just try to amuse some naughty kids. 2. The Micro:Bi ...
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BBC Micro:Fit Pt.1

Posted by rpbruiser Oct 7, 2016
Saturday I arrived to a very pleasant surprise, my Micro:Bit had arrived! I was so excited that I did a whole photo shoot of the unboxing and jumped right into getting some code up and running on it.   THE PHOTO SHOOT: After this lovely display, it was to the code I went. Since I was doing an activity monitoring bracelet, I decided to stand on the shoulders of giants rather than reinventing the wheel, so I used the code already provided as a reference point. I created a mode variable wh ...
Introduction Reading the Lines. Getta moveon The Motor Driver Forming a chassis Write the program Create a track and test   Introduction  The BBC Microbit is a small ARM based, user friendly, micro controller targeted towards computer education in the UK. It has been developed by the partnership of a long list of organisations including Microsoft, Element14, Nordic, NXP and many more. (Click here for the wikipedia link)   The intended audience is scho ...
Just when I thought Friday couldn't get any better, a gift, for me, in the mail! IT'S HEEEEERE! My second BBC Micro:Bit, the "official" one that will be used in my alert button project. Thanks, element14, for sending it!   This is the Micro:Bit "Go" starter kit which contains the following:   a Micro:Bit (of course), a battery pack, a set of batteries, and a micro-USB cable   Basically, everything a person would need to get starting with Micro:Bits other than development ...