Ultimate Kit Advanced Projects
Use a temperature sensor to blink out the current temperature with two LEDs. One LED blinks the 'tens place' and the other blinks the 'ones place'.
Use an array to change the brightness of the pixels on the LED strip in a wave formation.
Use the random() function and the .setPixel method to have a party on the LED strip!
Use a button to count up to 70 on the LED strip using two colors of light- one for the ones place and the other for the tens place.
"Roll" a digital dice using and LED light and some computer code! Learn about programming random decisions.
FADE RANDOM LED COLORS
Using the random function in your code, let the code decide what color your RGB LED will show.
Jump Man Guided Build
Build your own video game on the Maker Screen. Start from a blank screen and work through 23 lessons to a fun old-school game!
Light & Sound LED Strip Gauge
Using an LED strip, light sensor and sound sensor, create a double gauge that measures the sound from one end and the light from the other.
Test your memory against your own code! This program blinks out a pattern of lights, then you try to repeat it back. Each time you succeed, the pattern grows.
MORSE CODE WITH SOUND
You’ll replace LED blinking lights with a speaker to make beeps instead of blinks in this Morse Code creator.
MORSE CODE WITH SOUND & LIGHT
Combine the digitalWrite commands for the LED with the tone commands for the speaker in this Morse Code creator.
Play a fun game of pong using lights and buttons. There's a lot of code here, but you can do it!
Use loops, functions, and variables to create all kinds of cool sounds with just a speaker and a button. Then think up new ways to use code for all kinds of noises.
Temperature Sensor LED Strip Gauge
Using an LED Strip and a temperature sensor, create a temperature gauge that lights up more pixels when it's warm and fewer pixels when it's cool.
Try to hit the button just as the moving pixel passes the center pixel. Level up and increase your speed. How fast can you go?