MAKER ANDREW MULHOLLAND SHOWS YOU HOW TO CREATE A FUN GAME USING YOUR BBC MICRO:BIT AND SOME FRUIT
Maker Andrew MULHOLLAND (Farset Labs) shows you how to use the BBC micro:bit to create a simple game out of fruit!
This class was created as part of DCAL's Creativity Month and is perfect for ages 10+
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- The basics of using the BBC micro:bit
- How to build simple electronics
- How to use the micro:bit code editors to write and test your code
- Basic coding techniques including loops
- How to test and compile your code
When you're finished, make sure to share your work by uploading a picture or video of your own projects. Then share it with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #farsetmicrobit
- Over 20 minutes of video classes presented by Andrew Mulholland from Farset Labs
- A video overview of the kit you will need to use
For this class you will need:
- A BBC micro:bit
- Micro USB cable
- 4 x crocodile clips
- Your laptop or desktop
- Some fruit!
You will also need to use the following websites and software
Difficulty Rating: Beginner
In Partnership With
Award winning Inventor, Raspberry Pi expert, Computer Science teacher, STEMNET Ambassador, UK TalkTalk Digital Hero 2014 and Developer.