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The Hacksmith team has been upgrading a MGB MK4 into a spy car over the past few months.
In this tutorial, we will sew standard EL wire onto a hoodie.
This guide explores how to load files and run code on a MicroPython board.
This month, we learned how to use MicroPython with the Raspberry Pi, create a flashing LED, and use an LCD! In this project we will combine what we learned to create a message display system where telegram messages sent to the Raspberry Pi show up on the attached LCD.
Reference Design to Monitor Pet Activity and Sound Featuring the Renesas Synergy™ S3A3 MCU
Makeblock offers their Ultimate 2.0, 10-in-1 robot kit, which includes assembly guides for ten different designs to serve as launch pads for other inventions.
The gator:color is one of a series of gator-clippable boards called gator:boards that SparkFun has created to interface with the micro:bit and gator:bit expansion for micro:bit.
Adafruit's CircuitPython is an open-source implementation of Python for microcontrollers.
In previous micro:bit how-to articles, we learned about the various peripherals on the micro:bit and how they can be used in projects. In this how-to article we will focus a little more on the 5 x 5 LED display and how to display scrolling messages.
The gator:starter is one of a series of gator-clippable boards called gator:boards that SparkFun has created to interface with the micro:bit and gator:bit expansion for micro:bit.
Sparkfun offers their Pi AVR Programmer HAT, which allows for easy programming of AVRs directly from the SPI hardware pins on any Raspberry Pi.
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