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Bundle : Programmable Biped:Bit Kit + BBC micro:bit + Super:bit extension board

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Bundle : Programmable Biped:Bit Kit + BBC micro:bit + Super:bit extension board

From $28.99

What does the Biped:Bit Kit for BBC micro:bit offer – Always wanted to build a humanoid robot….here’s your chance to build one now. Better still, you can program the robot to perform different moves using your BBC micro:bit. Welcome to the Programmable Biped:Bit for the BBC micro:bit. The Biped:bit building block kit for BBC micro:bit comes packed  183 blocks and 1 building block motor, needs to be coupled with a Super:bit (sold separately) multi-function expansion board, which can be built into a biped robot that can walk like a human— Biped:bit. So go ahead and grab a micro:bit Biped:Robot which can be assembled in less than an hour and programmed to perform customized actions.

With the Biped:Kit kit you will be able to control motion, music and lights using an Android / iOS mobile APP. This kit allows for customization of the front and rear sides of it through programming, the direction of the arrow on the micro:bit dot matrix depending on the motion state of the Biped:bit. The BBC micro:bit board can be programmed using the Graphical programming of MakeCode Editor, which is suitable for kids for kids of all ages. In addition,  detailed assembly steps are provided to make it easy for users to assemble the different components and build the kit.

Please Note –

  1. This kit includes small/tiny parts and is not suitable for kids below 8 years of age.
  2. This product does ship with the BBC micro:bit and the Super:Bit Extension board.

The accompanying tutorials cover different types of mechanical projects you can build with this kit. When combined with the Super:Bit extension board and the BBC micro:bit you will be have the ability to control your projects using an Android / iOS mobile phone. The kit comes along with detailed steps for assembling the different projects and also the corresponding code that will enable you to bring your projects to life.  You will have the opportunity to work with the BBC micro:bit, learn fundamentals of engineering and also learn how to use code to bring your engineering structures to life.

Programmable Biped:Bit Kit + BBC micro:bit + Super:bit extension board

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$49.99
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Grab a BBC micro:bit and super:bit extension board with the Biped:Kit

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Description

What does the Biped:Bit Kit for BBC micro:bit offer – Always wanted to build a humanoid robot….here’s your chance to build one now. Better still, you can program the robot to perform different moves using your BBC micro:bit. Welcome to the Programmable Biped:Bit for the BBC micro:bit. The Biped:bit building block kit for BBC micro:bit comes packed  183 blocks and 1 building block motor, needs to be coupled with a Super:bit (sold separately) multi-function expansion board, which can be built into a biped robot that can walk like a human– Biped:bit. So go ahead and grab a micro:bit Biped:Robot which can be assembled in less than an hour and programmed to perform customized actions.

With the Biped:Kit kit you will be able to control motion, music and lights using an Android / iOS mobile APP. This kit allows for customization of the front and rear sides of it through programming, the direction of the arrow on the micro:bit dot matrix depending on the motion state of the Biped:bit. The BBC micro:bit board can be programmed using the Graphical programming of MakeCode Editor, which is suitable for kids for kids of all ages. In addition,  detailed assembly steps are provided to make it easy for users to assemble the different components and build the kit.

Please Note –

  1. This kit includes small/tiny parts and is not suitable for kids below 8 years of age.
  2. This product does ship with the BBC micro:bit and the Super:Bit Extension board.

The accompanying tutorials cover different types of mechanical projects you can build with this kit. When combined with the Super:Bit extension board and the BBC micro:bit you will be have the ability to control your projects using an Android / iOS mobile phone. The kit comes along with detailed steps for assembling the different projects and also the corresponding code that will enable you to bring your projects to life.  You will have the opportunity to work with the BBC micro:bit, learn fundamentals of engineering and also learn how to use code to bring your engineering structures to life.

Super:Bit extension board for the BBC micro:bit is a very powerful board that will take your micro:bit projects to the next level. We have expanded the 17 pin header IO ports and 10 alligator clip interfaces to support many different sensor modules. The WIFI camera serial interface, IIC interface and LEGO holes make it possible for users to expand into more interesting projects. You can build your own shape with the LEGO bricks, connect some electronic devices, and control it by micro:bit programming.  The Super:Bit extension board combined with the Spider:Kit for the BBC micro:bit is an excellent choice for your robotic projects based on Micro:bit!

 

 

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What are some of the main features of the board

  1. Compatible with LEGO bricks, can build a variety of creative shapes and projects.
  2. Designed for use with the BBC micro:bit
  3. It means the BBC micro:bit can very easily become the core of a whole variety of robotics projects.
  4. Programmable via the BBC MakeCode programming interface
  5. Based on the powerful Super:bit expansion board
  6. Combination of building blocks and circuits. Let’s you turn your ideas into engineering marvels.
  7. Graphical programming interface for the BBC micro:bit lets you code and bring your engineering projects to life.
  8. The perfect combination of building blocks and motors.
  9. Support Android / iOS mobile phone APP control.
  10. A large number of blocks can create a variety of projects.
  11. Detailed installation steps for each of the projects.

What is the BBC Micro:bit : The BBC MicroBit (also referred to as BBC micro:bit) is an open source hardware ARM-based embedded system designed by the BBC for use in computer education in the UK. The BBC micro:bit was first announced on the launch of BBC’s Make It Digital campaign on 12 March 2015 with the intent of delivering 1 million devices to pupils in the UK. Here’s some of what’s packed into micro:bit –

  1. The micro:bit is half the size of a credit card and has an ARM Cortex-M0 processor
  2. The micro:bit comes along with an accelerometer and magnetometer sensors
  3. The micro:bit offers Bluetooth and USB connectivity
  4. Also embedded into the micro:bit front face is a display consisting of 25 LED’s and two programmable buttons

The micro:bit can be powered by either USB or an external battery pack. The device inputs and outputs are through five ring connectors that form part of a larger 23-pin edge connector. As a pocket-sized computer the BBC micro:bit is approximately 70 times smaller and 18 times faster than the original BBC Micro computers used in schools. It has 25 red LED lights that can flash eye catching messages and be used to create challenging games. The two programmable buttons on the micro:bit can be used to control games or pause and skip songs on a playlist. The accelerometer on the micro:bit can detect motion and knows when you’re on the move so you can use it to create a pedometer or even an interactive game that detects motion. The built-in compass knows which direction you’re heading in and it can use a low energy Bluetooth connection to interact with other devices and the Internet.

Please note that the USB cable is for uploading code onto to micro:bit. You can also power the micro:bit using the USB cable when connected to the computer. The battery holder can be used to  power the micro:bit when not connected to the computer. The battery connector uses a white plug (JST connector) and it comes with a switch button which lets you turn off the micro:bit when not in use and save the batteries from being drained.

How do we program the BBC micro:bit : The micro:bit can be programmed using either the Block Editor, using Javascript editor or using the Python editor. Let’s look at each of the programming platforms very briefly –

  1. The Block Editor is a visual editor and provides an introduction to structured programming via drag and drop coding blocks that snap together. You can also convert a Block Editor script into a Touch Develop script which helps with the transition to text-based programming. Read more at the micro:bit website.
  2. With its touch-based interface, Touch Develop has been designed for mobile devices with touchscreens. It can also be used with a pc, keyboard and mouse. Touch Develop introduces a statically-typed scripting language with syntax-directed editor. It can be used to produce web-based apps that can run online on any platform. Read more at the micro:bit website.
  3. MicroPython is a completely text-based editor, perfect for those who want to push their coding skills further. A selection of ‘snippets’ are on hand to help auto-complete trickier tasks and a range of pre-made images and music are built-in to give you a helping hand with your code.  Read more at the micro:bit website.

 

What’s included in the kit – Here’s a listing of all the components included in this kit –

  1. 183 x Building Blocks
  2. 1 x Building Block Motor

Development Tracks & Tutorials – Access the documentation and tutorials for this kit at – Biped:Bit Extension Board for BBC Micro:Bit Tutorials

If you are keen to start programming with the BBC micro:bit we have you covered. We offer a range of FREE development tracks and tutorials through our digital Learning Management System (LMS) at KidzCanCode.  Our FREE development tracks and tutorials let you get started with block based programming, python programming, game development of even the fundamentals of electronics using the BBC micro:bit. Here’s a list of the development tracks and tutorials on offer. Check out the KidzCanCode website to learn more.

  1. Exploring coding concepts using the BBC micro:bit – I
  2. Exploring coding concepts using the BBC micro:bit – II
  3. Exploring coding concepts using the BBC micro:bit – III
  4. Introduction to electronics using the BBC micro:bit – I
  5. Introduction to electronics using the BBC micro:bit – II
  6. Design interactive games using the BBC micro:bit
  7. Introduction to MicroPython using the BBC micro:bit
  8. Kitronik Inventors kits for the BBC micro:bit

Please use the contact us form to drop us a note with ideas for tutorials and development tracks. We are always looking for ideas and constructive input. Alternatively you can reach us at oztoylib@hack2.live.

 

Additional information

Weight0.700 kg
Dimensions21 × 14 × 10 cm

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