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Using Cube:Bit with Raspberry Pi

Using Cube:Bit with Raspberry Pi Attaching the Raspberry Pi The Cube:Bit is a 3D array of neo-pixels (SK6812-3535 to be precise). As such it can be accessed like any other strip, ring or matrix of neopixels using WS2812B compaible code. The base for the Cube:Bit (available separately) contains a 40-pin GPIO connector, into which a […]

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Talon Grabber Assembly & Use

Talon Grabber for Bit:Bot and Robobit Buggy   Purchase Talon here   Assembling Talon for Bit:Bot Step 1 – Ensure you have all the parts Your kit should contain: 3 x PCBs: Talon Base, Talon A, Talon B 10 x Screws: M2.5, 6mm 2 x Screws: self-tapping 6mm (there are also longer ones in the […]

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Cube:Bit – Magical RGB Cubes

Cube:Bit Magical RGB “neo-pixel” Cubes of awesome Purchase Cube:Bit here The Cube:Bit collection is a range of 3D “neo-pixel” compatible cubes that are easily built from individual 2D slices. The current range consists of 3×3, 4×4 and 5×5 slices together with a base unit that allows power to be added easily (big cubes can use […]

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Basic Building Blocks

Basic Building Blocks Basic Building Blocks is a range of soldering kits to make Raspberry Pi add-on boards (aka HATs). The 40-pin GPIO connector is already soldered on all boards (including when you purchase “board only” instead of the complete kit). So you typically only have to add a few components and headers by hand. […]

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Bit:Commander Games Consoler & Controller

Bit:Commander for BBC micro:bit The Bit:Commander is a great device for powering and experimenting with the BBC micro:bit. Purchase Bit:Commander here   NEW: Try out the Makecode/PXT package for Bit:Commander In Makecode, go to Advanced and select Add Package. Then insert this URL into the searchbox: https://github.com/4tronix/BitCommander   Overview As well as a battery pack […]

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Music:Box with Blinkie Plugins

Music:Box with Blinkie Plugins The music box is a small board that makes your BBC micro:bit totally mobile with blinky LED plugins and on-board power speaker Purchase here Specification: 3xAAA battery holder Robust on/off switch Blue indicator LED Mini speaker with powered driver Fittings for BBC micro:bit Connector for neopixel plugins   Making Music The […]

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4duino – Arduino Uno Compatible Products

4duino – Arduino Uno Compatible Products Purchase 4duino here 4tronix have started building a range of Arduino compatible boards with our own brand of magic. All 4 of the current members of this new range are fully compatible with Arduino Uno software, and the 2 larger Uno form factor boards are fully hardware compatible as […]

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T200 Tank Assembly Photos

T200 Tank Assembly Photos          

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CrumbleBot Mk2

CrumbleBot2 – Assembling and Coding Purchase CrumbleBot Mk2 here   CrumbleBot Mk1 If you are looking for information on the previous versions, please check the older blog entry here   Updated Features 8 Addressable RGB LEDs (‘Sparkles’) Easy to use buzzer 2 push button switches Jumpers with handles, instead of crocodile/alligator clips “Wire-free”, low-profile battery […]

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