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Additional Online Resources For :MOVE Motor For micro:bit

Free additional resources for the Kitronik :MOVE Motor for micro:bit. Work through each of the 6 tutorials to gain a full understanding of all of the features of :MOVE Motor. It's fun, it's hands-on, and you'll also learn a lot of interesting things along the way!

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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.
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.
Build a micro:bit controlled Zumo buggy

Build a micro:bit controlled Zumo buggy

The Zumo Chassis is a great starting point for buggy project. In this tutorial we will show you how it can be used in conjunction with our Motor Driver board for the BBC micro:bit and our Klaw kit to create this fun buggy with gripper action!
Robot Buggy Part 7 Remote Control Via Bluetooth

Robot Buggy Part 7 Remote Control Via Bluetooth

Bluetooth is the technology that makes the remote control aspect of this project possible, fortunately, the BBC micro:bit comes with Bluetooth functionality as standard. Martin Woolley explains how to pair your Android device with the BBC micro:bit and how to use is micro:bit Blue App to control the Robot Buggy.
Take The BBC micro:bit To The Next Level With Bluetooth Low Energy

Take The BBC micro:bit To The Next Level With Bluetooth Low Energy

Take the BBC micro:bit to the next level with Bluetooth Low Energy. The BBC micro:bit uses Bluetooth Low Energy, a power friendly version of Bluetooth technology that allows for wireless communication between devices such as PCs, smartphones and tablets allowing for seamless connection to the Internet of things. Every smartphone and tablet platform available comes with Bluetooth Low Energy API's. Android, iOs, Windows Phone, BlackBerry 10 and even Tizen. We explore some of the Bluetooth Low Energy functionality of the BBC micro:bit and the possibilities that it opens up.