|Use hand claps (or even your voice!) to control a
micro:bit v2 or other microphone-equipped board.
|Make a micro:bit (or any board with a light sensor)
count flashes sent by blinking a flashlight.
The number of flashes can be used to control
the micro:bit or even encode text messages.
|This experiment illustrates the fact that an object
in free fall does not experience the tug of the
Earth's gravity -- that is, the "G forces" on the
object are zero.
|Record, playback, and graph sound sound on the micro:bit v2.
|Easily make and manage "smart" devices for your home.
Your creations can be motion sensors, pushbuttons, temp
sensors, LEDs and more. Everything is connected, managed,
and monitored privately, because all data stays local on a