What is a Micro:bit?
A Micro:bit is a small programmable card with built-in LED lights, compass, movement and temperature sensors, usb, radio and blue tooth.
You can easily program a Micro bit yourself. It can be used by both beginners and advanced programmers: http://microbit.org/code/
What can I do with a Micro bit?
A Micro bit is used in classrooms all around the world and there are numerous lessons to be found online. Micro bits are especially suitable in combinations with a 3D printing robot. Create your own measuring equipment, robot, computer game, controller or something brand new. Check https://makecode.microbit.org/projects for more ideas.
Can I borrow a Micro bit?
You may borrow a Micro bit for one week by filling out a borrowing form. You receive a Micro bit, USB cable and a pack of batteries.
Want to know more?
Please come by the HUB lab! You find us at Padualaan 99, room 2.001.
Our regular opening hours are Tuesday and Thursday afternoon.
Other questions, or prefer to make an appointment? Contact us at HUBlab@hu.nl