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 […]Continue Reading...
Playground for Crumble, BBC Micro:Bit and Raspberry Pi (Click on any image to enlarge) Purchase Here Playground Overview The Playground system allows you to connect external electronics (inputs, outputs, sensors, etc.) to your controller. Currently supports Crumble (from Redfern Electronics), Raspberry Pi and the BBC micro:bit. The connections from the controller are converted to 3-pin […]Continue Reading...
CrumbleBot Assembly and Usage Download a PDF of this Article Introduction The CrumbleBot is a fantastic way to introduce coding with the Crumble to children of all ages, and especially primary school children. It provides a ready-built platform to experiment safely and easily with analog and digital, inputs and outputs. It moves, it shines lights […]Continue Reading...
How the Number Crumb Works The Number Crumb is designed to provide a simple display output for your Crumble. At this time, there is no native display for the Crumble and you have to give indications via the 4 outputs on the Crumble – perhaps lighting LEDs or sounding a buzzer. The Number Crumb, however, […]Continue Reading...
Crumbs – Addon Components for your Crumble Controller Purchase the Crumbs Here Also check out our Crumble Starter Guide Download a PDF of this guide complete with Code examples from here. Style of Crumb Analog input: These Crumbs are coloured Yellow and provide a continuously varying input for the Crumble which can be read and […]Continue Reading...
Crumble – Easy Peasy, Lemon Squeezy Related Posts: Guide to Crumbs Assembling CrumbleBot The Crumble controller is a tiny circuit board, only 33 x 52mm that allows young children (and their teachers) to quickly and very easily learn coding and some simple electronics. Physically, the Crumble is connected to other components using crocodile leads […]Continue Reading...