Introduction to BBC Micro:bit
Get introduced to the Maker world through this accessible course on BBC Micro:bit – No programming experience required.
The history, the impact and the physical overview of the BBC Micro:bit.
The basic programming concepts like loops, logic, variable, and math operations in the MakeCode Block editor.
The working principle of all the peripherals on the BBC Micro:bit, like the LED Matrix, the button, the accelerometer, the compass, and the Radio. You will also learn the concept of serial communication.
To use the LED Matrix of the BBC Micro:bit to display custom images and animations.
To use the buttons on the BBC Micro:bit to trigger events.
To use the accelerometer to implement a Spirit Level Project.
To use the compass/magnetometer to implement a Metal Detector Project.
Basics of serial communication and learn to send data between the BBC Micro:bit and a PC. You will also implement a Temperature logger project and plot a graph of the temperature in your surroundings.
Basics of radio communication and implement a Digital Telegraphy Project using Morse code between two BBC Micro:bit.
- 2.5 hours on-demand video
- 1 downloadable resource
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion