What is this micro: bit?
Just 30 years ago, the BBC Micro introduced the future programmers. It has helped the development of the industry. The BBC introduced the micro: bit to take it forward. micro: bit is a very small computer. In the UK alone, we are distributing micro: bit distribution to over a million school children. Now it is also offered to students from around the world.
micro: bit computer, 17 times smaller than the BBC Micro. 617 times light. But it’s 18 times faster. This includes 25 LEDs, programmable buttons, compass, motion detector, Bluetooth Smart technology and Input and Output (I / O) rings). There.
Here the creators of the program have made it easy to program the program to the maximum possible extent. Python and C ++ can be used here. Microsoft has introduced the two programming languages Microsoft Touch Develop (text-based) and Microsoft Blocks (graphical).
The BBC Micro Bit website on Microsoft Azure cloud services allows anyone to access information and a web based programming environment. This website protects the computer code that users write. You can access this computer code at any time through the apps for your Android or iOS device. Microsoft Compile Develop and PXT applications compile in program cloud, and then output it to micro: bit.
Specifications of Micro: bit
- Size: approx. 5cm x 4cm
- Weight: 8g
- Processor: 32-bit ARM Cortex M0 CPU
- Bluetooth Low Energy
- Digital Compass
- Micro-USB controller
- 5×5 LED matrix with 25 red LEDs
- 2 programmable buttons
- Powered by 2x AAA batteries
Micro: bit: What is the work of the Sri Lankan Group
This group of volunteer members will look to assist future designers. micro: bit The aim of the Sri Lanka Group is to introduce a micro: bit PC to Sri Lanka and to upgrade the computerization of Sri Lankan school students, interest in IoT, knowledge and attitudes. micro: bit The Sri Lanka Group directly connects to the BBC micro: bit database in the UK.
Micro: bit Sri Lanka was officially launched and the introduction of the micro: bit computer to Sri Lanka on the 21st. That is Udubaddawa Nenasala Center. The first Hour of Code program in Sri Lanka using micro: bit is also special.