Here's a summary of STEM Winter Activity: A Picobricks Mainboard with temperature and humidity sensors measures the ambient temperature for you, but keeps it secret from the players. Then players take it in turns to enter their temperature predictions. The closest guess wins the game.
In the DIY Weather Station Project using the Raspberry Pi kit from Picobricks, participants embark on an exciting journey to build their own weather station. This hands-on project leverages the power of Raspberry Pi and Picobricks to collect and analyze environmental data like temperature, humidity, and atmospheric pressure. The project not only provides a practical understanding of electronic components and sensors but also introduces the fundamentals of data collection and analysis.
There are 1 x 5mm red LED and 1 x WS2812B RGB LED on Picobricks. While normal LEDs can light up in one color, RGB colors can light up in different colors, both primary and secondary colors. In this project we will use the red LED on Picobricks.
Different types of buttons are used in electronic systems. Locked buttons, push buttons, switched buttons… There is 1 push button on Picobricks. They work like a switch, they conduct current when pressed and do not conduct current when released. In the project, we will understand the pressing status by checking whether the button conducts current or not. If it is pressed, it will light the LED, if it is not pressed, we will turn off the LED.
The aim of this code was to create an interactive application using the PicoBricks kit to integrate an IR remote control and an OLED display. Through this process, you will successfully craft an interactive experience with an IR remote control, with the aim of elucidating the operational logic of the remote control via a straightforward project.
Today, we invite you to elevate the experience of a traditional game – “Truth or Dare” – by integrating it with Raspberry Pi and an OLED display. Now, you can embrace the excitement of playing this classic game with your friends or family, all infused with the magic of technology.
Now, we have something truly amazing to share with you: the Electronics Calculator! This groundbreaking project is about to revolutionize the way we approach math problem-solving. Picture this: you're sitting at your computer, faced with a tricky math problem. But instead of scratching your head and feeling overwhelmed, all you have to do is connect the Picobricks Calculator to your computer. And just like magic, a message pops up saying, "Picobricks Calculator Ready to Solve." It's as simple as that! No more struggling or stressing over math problems. With the Picobricks Calculator, you can embark on a journey of effortless problem-solving.
In this project, a servo motor works its magic to create a movement that resembles a tail. You are free to add this intriguing motion to any figurine of an animal you like; we went with a mouse, but the possibilities are endless!
Do you know that you can automatically decode a text that we have provided as encrypted or automatically encrypt a text by utilizing the ASCII character table using PicoBricks and MicroBlocks IDE?
Basically, this project will allow you to remotely control and monitor the Picobricks robot arm and PicoBricks Robot Tank arcade vehicle via web browser interface.
Basically, this project will allow you to remotely control and monitor various LED, sensor, motor, and other components over a web browser interface.
A count-up timer is a type of timer that typically counts the elapsed time from the start of an event or process. It displays the elapsed time in seconds, minutes, hours, or larger time intervals. For example, it can be used to track the time elapsed during a sports event or measure the completion time of a project.
Are you looking for coding games for beginners and all? You can start by greeting PicoBricks! But greeting is not a solo act. So, grab your PicoBricks and PicoBricks buddy, and dive into fun coding projects!
Using PicoBricks, a DC motor, and a buzzer, we're inviting you to recreate this classic amusement—whether as a decorative piece, a toy, or creative project ideas tailored to your imagination. Would you like to try this project out and decide where it fits best in your world?
Our project focuses on recreating Mozart’s masterpiece using PicoBricks. We’ve transformed a chosen piece into a cute little snippet, turning it into a captivating music experience. With just a few lines of code, a bell, and a bit of creativity, we can bring Mozart’s music to life in a completely new way.
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