OSOYOO starter kit for Micro:bit V2.X

micro:bit v2 is a brand new, super-charged version of the popular pocket-sized codeable computer, brought bang up to date with a microphone, speaker and upgraded processing capabilities.

Widely used in schools, libraries and code clubs, micro:bits are sturdy and easy to program, with built-in Bluetooth for comms and loads of onboard sensors to experiment with. Lots of learning materials are available – check out our edu site or the MakeCode site for some ideas of what’s possible!

microbit: v2 has over four times the processing power and eight times as much RAM as the original micro:bit! As well the new onboard speaker and microphone, v2 also has an extra touch sensitive button and an edge connector that’s redesigned to work better with crocodile clips. micro:bit v2 should be compatible with most existing micro:bit add-on boards and accessories (though there are a few exceptions – check the shop page of the add-on in question to be sure).

OSOYOO starter kit is suitable for Micro:bit v2 , making it easier and more convenient to learn mirco:bit.

We have a 2x AA batteries box and USB cable, you can use it in two ways.

The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that lets you get creative with digital technology. You can code, customize, and control your micro:bit from anywhere! You can use your micro:bit for all sorts of unique creations, from robots to musical instruments and more.

The micro:bit is a project by the BBC in an effort to bring computer science education and STEM topics to every student in the United Kingdom. It is an open development board that works in sync with other onboard hardware components to get you started down the path of programming hardware.

At half the size of a credit card, you will be surprised at the amount of hardware each board is equipped with, including 25 red LED lights that can flash messages. There are two programmable buttons that can be used to control games or pause and skip songs on a playlist. The micro:bit can even detect motion and tell you which direction you’re heading. It can also use Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to interact with other devices and the Internet.

The micro:bit features an embedded compass, accelerometer, mobile, and web-based programming capabilities. The micro:bit v2 adds an onboard speaker and MEMS microphone, as well as a touch-sensitive logo. Both boards are compatible with a number of online code editors across a number of different languages. This guide will focus on MakeCode, a block or JavaScript-based environment that was developed by Microsoft.



Hardware Description of Micro:bit
Micro:bit Circuit Schematics
Using micro:bit in 5 easy steps
Powering the micro:bit
Using MakeCode with the Micro:bit
BBC Micro:bit Acrylic Protective Shell Box
Basic lesson 1 — Flashing Heart
Basic lesson 2 — Smiley Buttons
 Basic lesson 3 — Love Meter
 Basic lesson 4 — Rock Papaer Scissors
 Basic lesson 5 — Magic Button Trick
Basic lesson 6 — Coin Flipper
 Basic lesson 7 — Salute
 Basic lesson 8 — Hack your headphones
 Basic lesson 9 — Banana Keyboard
Basic lesson 10 — Guitar
Basic lesson 11 — Duct Type Wallet
Basic lesson 12 — Watch