BBC micro:bit DIY Robotic Projects For Beginners

BBC micro:bit DIY Robotic Projects For Beginners

English | 6 May 2018 | ASIN: B07CWSQJWB | 86 Pages | AZW3/MOBI/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 9.62 MB

The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that you can code, customize and control to bring your ideas to life. This small board allows to build complicated applications, even by beginners. One of very interesting areas where the BBC micro:bit can be applied is robotic design. This book is thought as a highly practical guide that is aimed at students and hobbyists building robotic systems. The material of the book may be considered as a tutorial on designing simple robots controlled by the BBC micro:bit board.
All robotic designs represented in this book are made using low cost and widely used electronic and mechanical parts. Practically, almost no soldering is required to build all robotic applications. All robots described in this book are powered by a single Li-Ion battery with the rated voltage +3.7V.
The program code that control robots is developed in the Microsoft Programming Experience Toolkit (PXT) environment. This tool is easy to use and provides a programming experience supporting both a block-based editor and JavaScript, along with great new features like peer-to-peer radio.
Each project from this book is accompanied by a detail description which helps to make things clear. All robotic designs described in this guide can be easily improved or modified if necessary.


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