Monthly Archives: March 2019
This is my step counter (and it’s code) I made with my BBC micro bit.
This is my smiley buttons activity. The first picture is of the first code I did on this activity. First I dragged a on button b loop into the work space. Then I dragged a show leds block and put it inside the on button b pressed loop and made a sad face. This means that when the b button is pressed it will make a sad face. Next I dragged another on button b pressed loop and changed it to an on button a pressed. Then I dragged another show leds block and made a happy face this means that when button a is pressed it will make a happy face. After that I dragged another on button b pressed loop and changed it to an on button a+b pressed loop. Finally I dragged two show leds blocks and made the face looking left and another looking right. This means that when button a and b are pressed together it’ll look one way then the other.
This is my Rock-Paper-Scissors game I made on my Micro Bit. In the first photo it shows the start of the finished product. First I made a variable called weapon. Next I took a set weapon to block and connected it to a pick random block. Secondly I changed the 0-10 to 1-3. Then I took a if true then block from logic and the took a 0=0 block (also from logic) and connected them. After that I took a weapon block and connected that to the 0=0 block. Then I changed the other 0 to a 1. Next I took a show leds block and made a small square. I did the same thing for the rest of the code except I changed the numbers for the weapon=1 to 2 and 3. I also changed the pictures to make paper and scissors.
Micro Bits have a natural thermometer that can be can be used for a project with the temperature block (this block is my project). I made a variable called temp and dragged out the block that said set temp to 0. I put the temperature block into the set temp to block. Next I put this new block inside an on shake loop. This means that every time I shake the Micro Bit it would set my variable to the temperature it was registering. Next I dragged a show number block out into the work space and put a temp block inside I put this entire thing into the on shake loop. This means that when I shake the Micro Bit it would set my variable to the temperature it was registering that it would show the temperature. Then it would show the temperature useing the show number block.