Course curriculum

  • 1

    Module 01: Getting Started with MicroPython for the Micro:bit

    • Segment - 01 - Using the Mu Editor
    • Segment - 02 - MicroPython Basics
    • Segment - 03 - Advanced MicroPython
    • Segment - 04 - MicroPython Modules for the Micro:bit
    • Segment - 05 - Working with the File System
  • 2

    Module 02: Working with the On-board Peripherals

    • Segment - 06 - Working with the Buttons and the LED Matrix
    • Segment - 07 - Working with Temperature, the Touch and the Light Sensor
    • Segment - 08 - Working with the Accelerometer and the Compass
    • Segment - 09 - Working with Radio Communication
  • 3

    Module 03: Working with the External Peripherals

    • Segment - 10 - LED Dimmer using a Potentiometer
    • Segment - 11 - What is an LDR and a PIR Sensor?
    • Segment - 12 - Interfacing Sensors and Reading Sensor Values
    • Segment - 13 - What is a Speaker and how to interface it?
    • Segment - 14 - Music and Speech Synthesis in the Micro:bit
  • 4

    Module 04: Home Automation Projects with the Micro:bit

    • Segment - 15 - Working of a Relay
    • Segment - 16 - Interfacing of a Relay with the Micro:bit
    • Segment - 17 - Automatic Night Light Project
    • Segment - 18 - Intruder Detection
    • Segment - 19 - Remote Home Automation using 2 Micro:bits
  • 5

    Module 05: Weather Station Project with the Micro:bit

    • Segment - 20 - Working of a 16x2 LCD over I2C
    • Segment - 21 - Interfacing 16x2 LCD over I2C
    • Segment - 22 - LCD Notice Board Project using the Micro:bit
    • Segment - 23 - Working and nterfacing of BMP180 over I2C
    • Segment - 24 - Weather Station Project