The live tech talk team are back with another installment. Join us on YouTube on the 15th July at 10:30AM GMT for information and live Q&A. This time we'll be taking a close look at the Kitronik Halo HD for BBC micro:bit
Kevin and Alasdair will run through the features and they will answer any questions you have live.
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The Time, The Place;
- The Time: Thurs 15th July @ 10:30AM
- The venue: YouTube Live.
Tech Talk - Halo HD for BBC micro:bit - Thurs 15th July
The Halo HD is a very versatile bit of kit, you can use to display real-time information such as time and compass heading, or you can code it to provide ambient lighting effects. The only limit is your imagination. See below for a brief outline of the kit.
Kitronik Halo HD for BBC micro:bit:
The Kitronik Halo HD incorporates 60 individually addressable full colour ZIP LEDs. It also breaks out P1 and P2 to a standard 0.1” footprint, it features a MEMS microphone for detection of sound, and a piezo buzzer to play sound. If that weren't enough, it also features an onboard real time clock (RTC) controlled by I2C lines from the microbit.
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