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New Product: Klip Halo for the BBC micro:bit
Breaks out all of the pins from the micro:bit to pads spaced around the
edge of the Klip Halo. The pads have been carefully designed and spaced
so that they are ideal for use with E-Textiles projects and also for
projects that require the use of Crocodile Leads.
New Product: Bit:Commander
The Bit:Commander is a Console & Controller for the BBC micro:bit and a great device for powering and experimenting.
First steps in using micro:bits with PCs
The MakeCode editor for micro:bit includes support for serial and radio
communication. This piece explores ways in which they can be used to
send data via USB cable and wirelessly to PC applications.
micro:bit Game: Space Shooter
Tired of complicated flashy modern games? Prefer to play your games on a
5 x 5 resolution rather than a 4k? Have some arcade fun on your
micro:bit with Space Shooter!
The micro:bit is a pretty decent platform for teaching kids to program,
but you can't really make arcade-style games for it. This project
features a monochrome OLED display and buttons for the micro:bit.