BBC Micro:Bit Go Kit
micro:bit is a microcontroller board developed by the BBC in the UK. Designed with children and people taking their first steps into the world of microcontrollers as the target audience, this board will help you easily learn programming and electronics. You can create games, build robots, make musical instruments, and implement a wide range of projects, including smart home systems, by using the electronic hardware on the board and additional components you can add.
The board features 25 LED lights arranged in a 5x5 matrix, 2 programmable buttons, a light sensor, a temperature sensor, a 3-axis accelerometer for motion detection, and a compass sensor, as well as Bluetooth Low Energy wireless connectivity capabilities.
MicroBlocks is a free, live and interactive block programming platform similar to Scratch, used for learning physical computing with microcontroller boards such as Micro:bit, Adafruit, and other educational boards. MicroBlocks enables makers of all ages to quickly learn coding and is not just for beginners, but also for those who want to use it for more advanced projects.