The microbit Go is the perfect starter kit to the 2016 BBC micro:bit. It includes everything you need to begin learning about hardware and software.
No programming or hardware experience is necessary. The official tutorial booklet will guide you through every project. You’ll know how to create circuits and design computer programmes in no time at all!
The microbit Go Kit contains:
- BBC micro:bit
- Micro USB cable
- 2 x AA battery holder
- 2 x AA batteries
- Official Tutorial Book
Designed by the BBC and created for school children in the UK, the low-cost mini computer has a variety of features such as motion detection, built-in compass, LED display, Bluetooth technology, and connects to other devices, sensors, kits and objects.
If you’re new to coding and hardware, then the microbit Starter Kit is a great place to start. It’s incredibly easy to use and a perfect platform to help you leapfrog onto other single board computers such as the Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and Beaglebone.
- No soldering required – build your first circuit in minutes!
- Make 10 experiments included in the provided step-by-step tutorial book.
- All parts are included to conduct the 10 experiments (listed below).
- Breaks out 21 accessible pins from the BBC micro:bit using the Edge Connector Board for the BBC micro:bit (included).
- Small Prototype Breadboard included for fast prototyping.
Master the micro:bit with these tutorials included in the guide booklet:
- Experiment One: Say ‘Hello’ to the BBC micro:bit.
- Experiment Two: Using an LDR & analog inputs.
- Experiment Three: Dimming an LED using a potentiometer.
- Experiment Four: Using a transistor to drive a motor.
- Experiment Five: Using the accelerometer to control motor speed.
- Experiment Six: Setting the tone with a piezo buzzer.
- Experiment Seven: Wind power.
- Experiment Eight: Making a game using the compass.
- Experiment Nine: Capacitor charge circuit.
- Experiment Ten: Using an RGB LED.