Paso 1: Hazlo
Make a sensory toy that responds to movement with light and sound.
Guía de programación
- How to use the micro:bit's built-in accelerometer sensor inputs and new expressive sounds as outputs to create a toy that could help learners who respond well to stimulation through touch, light and sound. Different sounds are played and pictures displayed depending on how you move it.
- The micro:bit's built-in accelerometer sensor measures forces.
- The micro:bit uses readings from the accelerometer to trigger events when you move it in different ways.
- If you shake the micro:bit, it plays a giggle sound on the built-in speaker output and shows a smile on the LED display.
- Different icon and sound outputs are triggered by different movements such as tilting the micro:bit left and right or placing it with the logo pointing up or down.
- new micro:bit with sound (or MakeCode simulator)
- Editor de MakeCode o de Python
- pilas (opcionales)
Paso 2: Prográmalo
Paso 3: Mejóralo
- Add different pictures and sounds when you press button A, B or touch the logo.
- Experiment with different new expressive sounds like 'giggle', 'happy' and 'twinkle'.
- Add an animation or your own pictures to go with each movement.
- Create a case or holder for the micro:bit and battery pack that allows the sound to come out and the LED display to shine though, perhaps diffusing the LED light slightly.
- If you're a teacher, you may also be interested in our Sensory classroom lessons.