Wireless Remote Control with micro:bit

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Resources and Going Further

Now that you've successfully got your micro:bits communicating, it's time to incorporate it into your own project! Need some inspiration? Check out our other robots found in our robotics section.

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How to use the SparkFun Servo Trigger to control a vast array of Servo Motors, without any programming!

Experiment Guide for RedBot with Shadow Chassis

This Experiment Guide offers nine experiments to get you started with the SparkFun RedBot. This guide is designed for those who are familiar with our SparkFun Inventor's Kit and want to take their robotics knowledge to the next level.

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How to crack an unknown safe in under an hour.

Clap On Lamp

Modify a simple desk lamp to respond to a double clap (or other sharp noise) using parts from the SparkFun Inventor's Kit v4.0.

Looking for more wireless fun? Check out the following using wireless applications.

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Use an Electric Imp and accelerometer to create an "Are You OK" widget. A cozy piece of technology your friend or loved one can nudge to let you know they're OK from half-a-world away.

XBee Shield Hookup Guide

How to get started with an XBee Shield and Explorer. Create a remote-control Arduino!

LoRaWAN with ProRF and The Things Network

Learn how to make a LoRaWAN node for your next long range IoT project and connect it to the internet with The Things Network!

Introduction to MQTT

An introduction to MQTT, one of the main communication protocols used with the Internet of Things (IoT).

Or try checking out these cool robots from AVC.