Here are some GPIO game resources that I produced for Computer Science workshops I am involved in. The workshops are free for teachers and are based at Edge Hill. Details can be found here: All worksheets are designed to be printed double sided Steady Hand Game Steady Hand RPi Python 0.2 Steady Hand MicroPython 0.2 […]
So you’ve managed to get an LED to flash on your Raspberry Pi, and you are feeling pretty proud of yourself, but what next? Well, great little project to test your programming skills is a Persistence of Vision. This project uses a pretty simple concept, but you have to pull together a number of different coding […]
Stuff you need For this project you will need the following: MicroPython Microcontroller with headers soldered on ( or a soldering iron) 2 Jumper Leads Breadboard 1 LED 1 560 ohm resistor Step 1 – Wire up your LED and resistor. The first thing you need to do is wire up your LED and resistor […]
Step1 – Stuff you need This project involves using the RPi’s GPIO ports, and you will need some more kit than just the Pi. You will need: An LDR A Breadboard Jumper Wires 1uF Capacitor (rated 5v or more) If you don’t have any of this stuff I would recommend that you buy one […]
Make a little Ladybug out of clay and program tthe LEDs to flash.