Collecting Ang Baos with a Micro:bit

Collecting Ang Baos with a Micro:bit

Ang Bao Collector Collect your Ang Baos with Micro:bit, Neopixel and a Buzzer Goal Build an Ang Bao collector that keeps count of the number of Ang Baos you have! The LED strip should light up when an Ang Bao is deposited and show a tally of the number of Ang Baos....
MicroPython Components

MicroPython Components

MicroPython Micro:bit Tinker Kit Components Getting Started Pre-coding: Get hold of a Micro:bit Tinker Kit Download the Mu editor https://codewith.mu/  Before each project, write “from microbit import * ” LED   Let the LED be connected to pin0 CommandUsage...
Micro:bit Security Lock Door

Micro:bit Security Lock Door

Build your own Micro:bit Security Door! Protect your house or valuables with a micro:bit, a servo motor, and a 4x4 keypad! Created by Mohd Shafiq from NUS. Goals Connect the wiring to interface the keypad with the microbit Set your own unique password for the lock Add...
MicroPython

MicroPython

MicroPython Micro:bit Getting Started Pre-coding: Get hold of a Micro:bit Tinker Kit Download the Mu editor https://codewith.mu/  Project 01: Music Machine   Pin Layout Buzzer: Pin0 ADKeypad: Pin2   Small note about the ADKeypad The ADKeypad returns an...
Access Denied!

Access Denied!

Access Denied! A Door Entry Tutorial Enhancing door security with micro:bit. This tutorial was written by Sean Lew, from the Singapore University of Technology and Design, during his summer internship with us in 2018. Goals Build your own wireless door security!...
Recluse Bot

Recluse Bot

Reclusebot Make a reclusive robot that squeals when toggled, touched, or when it detects motion Use the micro:bit to make a robot that squeals when it detects motion, is touched on any of its sensors or when lifted up. Written by Shaun Toh, from the Singapore...
Reaction Timer

Reaction Timer

Reaction Time Tester Test yourself with this Python-based mini-game for the micro:bit and OLED! Written by Jensen from Raffles Institution. Goals Assemble a reaction time tester. Try not to break it when testing yourself! Materials 1 x Tinker Kit (or OLED display) 1 x...
Code the Shoot Em Up Kit

Code the Shoot Em Up Kit

Shoot Em Up Kit You’ve got a town to save and a dragon to shoot!  This here is the formula to get your own tabletop shooter arcade working in good form! Goals Connect all the parts of the Shoot Em Up Kit Code the micro:bit to fly dragons, detect lasers and score...
Put Together the Krazy Kar v2

Put Together the Krazy Kar v2

Put together the Krazy Kar v2 Got our Krazy Kar Kit and ready to get started? Follow along to put it together here. Don’t like instructions? Use your creativity and make a krazy octopus instead. Goals Make the Krazy Kar. Don’t break anything.  (Or if you...
Make a Waving Fortune Cat

Make a Waving Fortune Cat

Make a Waving Fortune Cat Use a micro:bit and mini servo to make your very own Maneki-Neko, or Fortune Cat, who waves its hand when you press a button! Designed and written by Tim Ho from the National University of Singapore. Goals Make a moving cardboard cat. Give...