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Cyber:bot Python Challenge – Compass Navigation!

Contest Introduction A teacher recently asked for some assistance on writing a Python script for the cyber:bot to make it navigate by compass. The use of the Micro:bit’s built-in compass is not currently documented in our tutorials, but it should be a useful robotics sensor for navigating from one side of the room to the other, solving mazes, and finding …

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32-Channel ADC Object

Description The jm_analog_in_multi.spin2 object supports up to 32 ADC channels with a selectable voltage range and scaling factor. The ADC …

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Wireless Programming with the ESP8266 WX Module

Description Connect the boards together as shown and double-check the correct orientation of each item. Connect a suitable 5V power …

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LED Matrix used as an I/O Test Utility

Description This Spin2 example uses a technique known as Charlieplexing to verify that the pins on the P2 and its …

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Quadrature Encoder Object

Description These three source code examples interface a quadrature encoder clock, data and button signals to the Propeller 2. The …

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I2C Device Bus Scanner Utility

Description This Spin2 utility program for the Propeller 2 scans all I2C devices connected to a pair of I/O pins …

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Simple Analog Input

Description This example demonstrates how to configure a P2 I/O pin to sample and capture an analog input, and display …

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