Chris Rush

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Pi Supply bit:buggy Project 03 – Turn at an angle

Pi Supply bit:buggy Project 03 – Turn at an angle In project 2 we showed you how to create a shape by turning the bit:buggy. Now in this project we are going to turn in a full circle and using a pen or pencil we can draw shapes onto some paper or card. In this […]

Pi Supply bit:buggy Project 02 – Make a Shape

Pi Supply bit:buggy Project 02 – Make a Shape In the last project we showed you how to move the bit:buggy forward and backwards, whilst familiarising yourself with Microsoft Make Code programming language. In this project we are going to show you how to make turns left and right by turning each servo motor either […]

Pi Supply bit:buggy Project 01 – Full speed ahead

Pi Supply bit:buggy Project 01 – Full speed ahead In this project we are going to create a simple program to show you the basics of how the bit:buggy works, as well as familiarising yourself with the bit:buggy code extensions and Microsoft Make Code. In this project we will move the bit:buggy forward and then […]

Getting Started with the Pi Supply micro:bit bit:buggy

Getting Started with the Pi Supply micro:bit bit:buggy Pi Supply bit:buggy car is a DIY smart car which is based on the BBC micro:bit board and the Pi Supply bit:buggy. The bit:buggy has extended 3 channels of GPIO, among which 2 channels are used for driving the two servos and one channel of GPIO is […]

Helpful Raspberry Pi Linux Commands

Helpful Raspberry Pi Linux Commands Every Raspberry Pi user at some point will need to enter some linux commands into the terminal window to accomplish something, wether thats to install some software package or move some files around. If you have never used Linux before then it can be quite challenging to get around, thats […]

LoRa Data Rates, what are they?

One of the settings that can be adjusted with our LoRa Board is known as the Data Rate and can affect the performance in speed and range of your LoRa Node. In this guide we’ll evaluate the data rates for our most popular LoRa Regions. Usually the data rate can vary how the packet is […]

Getting Started with the LoRa Node Arduino Shield

Our IoT LoRa Node Shield allows you to create an inexpensive LoRa node, compatible with The Things Network, in conjunction with an Arduino or compatible Arduino board. This shield allows quicker prototyping as it has the LoRa stack on the chip. Add sensors, buttons and more to complete your LoRa network! Uses RAK811 LoRa Radio […]

micro:bit Tinker Kit Project 08 – Motion Detection

micro:bit Tinker Kit Project 08 – Motion Detection Don’t like people sneaking up on you? Here’s just the right micro:bit project for you! In this course, we learn how to make use of the motion sensor, the moisture sensor as well as how they can be coded for. What you will learn Get to know […]

micro:bit Tinker Kit Project 07 – Fish Feeder

micro:bit Tinker Kit Project 07 – Fish Feeder Tired of feeding your fish by hand? Here’s the micro:bit project for you!In this course, we will use a ADKeypad to control the motion of a servo to feed fish. What you will learn Get to know the ADKeypad, OLED and servo Make something with a servo […]

micro:bit Tinker Kit Project 06 – Intruder Detection

micro:bit Tinker Kit Project 06 – Intruder Detection In this project, we are going to create an intruder detection system which will sound when someone opens the door. The status of the house will be displayed on the OLED. What you will learn Get to know the Crash Sensor, OLED and Buzzer Make something with a […]