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Using micro:bits for tinkering projects with Lego and other toys

An introduction to using micro:bits to control servos, motors and electronic components attached to Lego bases

Adrian Oldknow

Created by Adrian Oldknow
last edited Sep 04 2019 by Adrian Oldknow

This resource gives ideas, illustrations, links and MakeCode programs for a variety of ways to construct and control motion of physical objects made from Lego such as vehicles and crawlers. It also shows how to use additional micro:bits as radio remote controllers, as well as how to hack cheap commercial R/C toys.

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