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Introduction to micro:bit & physical computing

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Les Pounder

on 14 July 2017

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Transcript of Introduction to micro:bit & physical computing

What is a micro:bit?
What can I do with it?
Learn to code
Learn how to hack electronics
Make robots
Take over the world?

Shake it up!?!
Buttons are boring!
How can we "shake" things up?
Inputs
Our project is to have our micro:bit react to input. There are two buttons on the micro:bit, lets use them.
Hi I'm Les
Maker, Hacker, Tinkerer, Author, Trainer
http://bigl.es
@biglesp on Twitter
STEM Ambassador, Freelance Educator, Greggs and Poundland Brand Ambassador
Lets get started!
Open a web browser and visit
https://makecode.microbit.org/
Introduction to micro:bit & physical computing
Take a look around!
Challenge!
Can we make a compass with the micro:bit?
Building the code!
But does it work?
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