This week issue three of the official micro:bit magazine has been made available featuring “10 Amazing micro:bit Projects”. Other articles within the latest magazine specially created for the BBC micro:bit mini PC include :
– Make a flood detector: Les Pounder shows us how to make our own micro:bit flood detector!
– Minecraft + micro:bit: Connect up your micro:bit to Minecraft Raspberry Pi edition using BitIO.
– Reviews of: Pimoroni’s touch:bit and automation:bit, Adafruit’s Crickit and 4Tronix’s Bit:Commander
– Microsoft MakeCode update: Learn more about what’s new in the latest v1 release from the MakeCode team.
“Pimoroni Pirate and ex teacher, Tanya Fish, shows us how to make our own micro:bit add-on boards from house hold materials. This tutorial is amazing for people who are getting started with the micro:bit and want to have a go at hooking things up to the Edge Connector and learning Physical computing!”
“We’ve gathered together 10 of our favourite micro:bit projects we’ve seen doing the rounds of Twitter and other micro:bit communication channels, it was not an easy process to decide on our top 10 as there are so many amazing projects. We hope this inspires people to get creating with micro:bit!”
To view and download micro:mag issue three now jump over to the official website by following the link below. The editorial team are now accepting contributions for issue four. micro:mag is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial ShareAlike 4.0 (CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0) International License.