Introduction to Micro:Bit: Learning Path
Do you listen to music on Spotify, Apple music, Alexa, or any other app? What if you could do the same on your micro:bit by creating your own music app?
Do you sometimes get tired of our noisy lives and just want a bit of quiet time? 🤫 In this project, you will make a sound level meter that will use the micro:bit to display how noisy the environment is.
Have you ever wondered how many times you turn over while you sleep? In this project, you are going to make a sleep tracker that will display how rested you are. You can run the program on your micro:bit when it is placed under your pillow, so it can track your sleep movements.
Create a program that checks what kind of day you or your friends have had and shows a response based on your choice.
Introduction to Micro:bit Project Collection
You are going to make an interactive badge, that will show your mood to your friends.
You are going to make a game in which players have to guide a wand along a course without making contact. Making contact will add one to the player’s score - the player with the lowest score wins!
You are going to code your micro:bit to read the future! Simply ask the micro:bit a question, and press a button to find out the answer!
You are going to learn how to make a timer, so that you can use it to challenge your friends!
You are going to code your micro:bit to tell you how compatible you are with your friends.
You are going to create a 2-player game to see who has the fastest reactions. The game will work by showing an image after a random amount of time - whoever presses their button first is the winner.
Create a device that uses satellite communication to alert rangers when a tree falls in a forest, either naturally or by man. A Moonhack 2022 project.