Tumble:bit based on Micro:bit Tutorial 3.1 Advance and back
1. Learning goals
In this lesson, we will learn to use the micro:bit and Super:bit to control the building blocks to balance the car movement, including forward and back functions.
Mode 1 online programming: First, we need to connect the micro:bit to the computer by USB cable. The computer will pop up a USB flash drive and click on the URL in the USB flash drive: http://microbit.org/ to enter the programming interface. Add the Yahboom package https://github.com/lzty634158/SuperBit to program.
Mode 2 offline programming: We need to open the offline programming software. After the installation is complete, enter the programming interface, click【New Project】, add Yahboom package:
https://github.com/lzty634158/SuperBit, you can program.
Please refer to the [Tumblebit Assembly Steps]
The motor wiring on the left side of the building block balance car is connected to the Super:bit M1 interface, and the black wire is on the battery side.
The motor wiring on the right side of the building block balance car is connected to the Super:bit M3 interface, and the black wire is on the battery side.
As shown below:
5.Looking for blocks
The following is the location of the building blocks required for this programming.
6.Combine building block
The summary program is shown below:
7. Experimental phenomenon
After the program is successfully downloaded, the micro:bit dot matrix will show the smile.
The building block balance car moves forward with 255 speed for 1 second, then, stops for 0.5 seconds,. Next, it moves back with 255 speed for 1 second, stops for 0.5 seconds.
It will keep loop with this status.
If you need to restart, please press the reset button on the back of the micro:bit board.
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