MOVE Mini Football Stadium - BETT 2019 Part 2

MOVE Mini Football Stadium - BETT 2019 Part 2

For part 2 of our microbit Kitronik:City build we breakdown the football stadium. Our new move mini football stadium got a lot of attention at BETT 2019, so we’ve put together a guide on how we made ours and how to make your own!
4 Lesson Plans For :MOVE mini For The microbit

4 Lesson Plans For :MOVE mini For The microbit

Unlock your students potential with these 4 Robotics Lesson Plans for :MOVE mini for the BBC microbit. They have been written by a Teacher for Teachers. They offer classroom-ready lesson plans designed specifically to help you deliver the curriculum at Key Stage 3.
Pairing A microbit That's Attached To :MOVE mini

Pairing A microbit That's Attached To :MOVE mini

This is a short guide detailing pairing a microbit that's already attached to a :MOVE mini. If you forgot to pair it with your phone before completing assembly, then this is the guide for you! We'll show you that having an inaccessible reset button is not a problem.
Calibrating 360 Degree Servos For :MOVE mini

Calibrating 360 Degree Servos For :MOVE mini

This is a guide for calibrating 360-degree servos for use with :MOVE mini for the BBC microbit. To make the task a little easier we created a couple of custom blocks for the Microsoft MakeCode editor.
:MOVE mini Santa Sleigh

:MOVE mini Santa Sleigh

Ensure that Santa delivers the presents on time with the :MOVE mini Santa Sleigh, for day nine of our 12 Makes of Christmas. We're going to decorate a :MOVE mini for the BBC microbit and also the Tipper Truck add-on, laser cut Rudolph's head and 3D print some presents!
:MOVE mini Servo Powered Halloween Add-ons

:MOVE mini Servo Powered Halloween Add-ons

Turn your :MOVE mini into an evil Halloween robot with one of 5 weapons! Choose from two scythes, an axe, a pickaxe or a sword.
Guide For Coding Indicators On The :MOVE mini

Guide For Coding Indicators On The :MOVE mini

We show you how you might code the :MOVE mini to include turning indicators, much like you might find on the LED lighting arrangements on modern cars.
Guide For Automatic Headlights For :MOVE mini

Guide For Automatic Headlights For :MOVE mini

Learn how to code automatic headlights for the :MOVE mini buggy in the Microsoft PXT Editor and have the buggies lights turn on and off automatically and also to dim or brighten in response to changes in light level.
Drawing With The :MOVE mini For The microbit

Drawing With The :MOVE mini For The microbit

The :MOVE mini has a hole in the boot lid designed to accept a marker pen, such as a Sharpie, for line drawing. All it takes is the sharpie and some code. This guide will show you how to get started with both the PXT editor for the BBC microbit using both blocks and also Java Script.
Controlling :MOVE mini With The microbit Radio

Controlling :MOVE mini With The microbit Radio

In this resource we are going to look at some code we’ve produced that allows you to control :MOVE mini by tilting a second micro:bit and transmitting that information to the micro:bit that is attached to the Servo:Lite board in the :MOVE mini buggy.
Adding Bluetooth Remote Control To :MOVE mini

Adding Bluetooth Remote Control To :MOVE mini

In this resource we’d like to show you how to add Bluetooth remote control to :MOVE mini for the BBC microbit with the PXT editor.
Kitronik Custom MakeCode Editor Servo Blocks

Kitronik Custom MakeCode Editor Servo Blocks

We've created some custom servo blocks for the PXT editor that anyone can use and that make the job of coding as quick and as painless as possible. Find out how to use them.