Possible Practical BBC micro:bit Uses:Data logging of your BBC micro:bits sensor output opens the door for using the BBC micro:bit in your science lessons, as well as your computer and design and technology lessons. Some examples of how you might use the app in a practical way are:
- Measuring the acceleration of an object.
- Monitoring movement during sleep.
- Monitoring the effect of traffic going over a bridge.
- Monitoring which corridors get more use by monitoring door movement.
Additional Information And Compatibility:
- iOS: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Android: Requires Android 4.0 and up.
- Current Version: 1.1.0.
About Bitty Software:
"Bitty Software is a relatively new endeavour which concentrates on smartphone apps for use with the BBC micro:bit and offers free coding tutorials where you can learn to write the micro:bit code which is needed to make a micro:bit work with one of the Bitty Software apps. Tutorials are available for both C/C++ developers and those who prefer a visual programming language. In the latter case, Microsoft's excellent MakeCode is used."
- Download the iOS App.
- Download the Android App.
- You can learn how to send sensor data from your micro:bit to Bitty Data Logger running on a smartphone or tablet over Bluetooth. Or you can download their micro:bit hex file if you prefer.
- Visit Bitty Software.
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