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2017年8月1日 星期二

About BBC Micro: bit


The Micro Bit (also referred to as BBC Micro Bit, stylized as micro:bit) is an ARM-based embedded system designed by the BBC for use in computer education in the UK.

One of the main aims of the micro:bit is to “help a new generation get creative with technology and take advantage of the opportunities a career in science, technology, engineering and maths offers”.

The micro:bit, measuring just 4cm by 5cm, is a stripped down computer which children can use to code and create anything they set their minds to! It’s intended as a starter device to give children a basic introduction to physical computing and tinkering, so that they can move on to using more advanced devices such as an Arduino or Raspberry Pi.




Key features:

  • A display consisting of 25 red LEDs;
  • Two programmable buttons;
  • An on-board motion sensor or “accelerometer”;
  • A built-in compass or “magnetometer”;
  • Bluetooth Smart Technology;
  • Three input and output (I/O) rings.





Spec:


  • Nordic nRF51822 Multi-protocol Bluetooth® 4.0 low energy/2.4GHz RF SoC
    • 32-bit ARM Cortex M0 processor (16MHz)
    • 16kB RAM
    • 256kB Flash
    • Bluetooth Low Energy Master/Slave capable
  • Input/Output
    • 25 LED Matrix
    • Freescale MMA8652 3-axis Accelerometer
    • Freescale MAG3110 3-axis Magnetometer (e-compass)
    • Push Button x2
    • USB and Edge connector Serial I/O
    • 2/3 reconfigurable PWM outputs
    • 5 x Banana/Croc-clip connectors
    • Edge connector
    • 6 x Analog In
    • 6-17 GPIO (configuration dependent)
    • SPI
    • i2c

There are four official code editors in the BBC micro:bit web site

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