Getting Started with the micro:bit

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Resources and Going Further

Now that you are familiar with the basics of the micro:bit, check out these additional resources for more inspiration!

Looking for additional project ideas using just the micro:bit? Check out micro:climate kit's reading light levels experiment:

micro:climate Experiment 2 - Reading Light Level

For additional SparkFun tutorials, check out some of these related micro:bit tutorials:

Gator:control ProtoSnap Hookup Guide

Buttons and switches and inputs oh my! Start adding more control to your gator:bit with the SparkFun gator:control.

SparkFun gator:environment Hookup Guide

The gator:environment combines two I2C sensors for temperature, humidity, pressure, eCO2, and eTVOC values. This tutorial will get you started using the gator:environment with the micro:bit platform.

SparkFun gator:RTC Hookup Guide

The gator:RTC is an I2C based, real-time clock (RTC) for keeping time while your micro:bit isn't powered. This tutorial will get you started using the gator:RTC with the micro:bit platform.

Check out Shawn's 4-part video series with the micro:bit. The projects have examples that use the accelerometer, combines the servo and temperature example, and sends a bluetooth message between two micro:bits. There are two additional videos using micro:bit with MicroPython. Or try exploring micro:bit with cardboard circuits!