Turn any LED from Snap Circuits into a blinking LED. The micro:bit will automatically turn the LED on and off every second.
First article in series about Line Following and Lane Following with CV
Handheld portable device design for routine check (ex, Watchman's clock).
A rubber band shooter that sits on top of a pan-tilt stage with computer vision abilities.
Want to add your board to Microsoft's Fantastic Education Platform MakeCode and need a hand doing it? Check this out.
Driving an OLED display with an ATtiny10 without using any library to make sure the program fits into the 1kB flash memory.
Use IOTA to send tokens and a return address to a Node.js website that controls what Particle Photon sensor information is returned.
Make a custom gesture controller to play Minecraft! (Or your other fav video game(s)!)
In this article we shall see what a robot controller is, what is it used for and how to get started with the Nano Robot controller.
Short of batteries? Power your Snap Circuits from the micro:bit!
Turn the LED from Snap Circuits into a Morse code beacon with the help of the BBC micro:bit.
Learn how to program the micro:bit to turn the DC Motor (M1) of Snap Circuits on and off with the help of the NPN Transistor (Q2).
A device capable of stopping a ball rolling down a ramp, utilizing reflectance sensors, a solenoid, and the msp430 microcontroller.
Did you ever want to learn something but it seemed impossible b/c of too many articles on the subject or not enough? BBBW!
Motion, sound, and light interactive LED sculpture presenting the illusion of a bucket half full of glowing flowing liquid.
An accelerometer-controlled fishing game using the BBC Micro:bit.
Ever overslept and never got the chance to inform your boss about being late? With this project you can do exactly this!
Learn how to apply special effects on the LED of Snap Circuits with the help of the BBC micro:bit.
Earthquake sensor using the Sigfox network.
Do you want to display live statistics about your Fortnite character? With this project, you can!
I'm working on a development board based on the NXP MK26FN2M0VMD18 chip with 2 MB program flash and SDRAM controller, SDHC in a nice MAPBGA.
If you want to celecbrate the Christmas this year by a special way then this will be your best guide to make an amazing Christmas tree.
A cheap $10 UPDI programmer for Mircochip's new avrTiny processors.
Light sculpture that almost flies.