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STOP:bit MicroPython Tutorial: Two Traffic Lights

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STOP:bit MicroPython Tutorial: Two Traffic Lights

Program a pair of traffic lights to work in tandem using the Kitronik STOP:bit and micro:bits. 

 In this project, you will learn to:

  • Write a state table to represent the different changes between two traffic lights.

  • How to reuse our function to save time, and keep our code readable.

  • Send our light changes to another STOP:bit over radio, and write code to match our state table.

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STOP:bit MicroPython Tutorial - Single Traffic Light

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STOP:bit MicroPython Tutorial - Single Traffic Light

Use microbit Python to program a single traffic light

In this project, you will learn to:

  • Write a function to turn on individual Traffic Light LEDs

  • Call the function in your main loop

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Program micro:bit traffic light sequences in Python with these STOP:bit tutorials

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Program micro:bit traffic light sequences in Python with these STOP:bit tutorials

Check out these tutorials for the Kitronik STOP:bit and the BBC micro:bit! Learn to code a state table by starting with one traffic light and progressing to two traffic lights in an intersection.

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Kitronik micro:bit Traffic Light Tutorials

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Kitronik micro:bit Traffic Light Tutorials

Our friends at Kitronik have made three great tutorials on programming the Kitronik STOP:bit Traffic Light, with your BBC micro:bit. These tutorials are designed for students that are comfortable with drag and drop coding, using MakeCode in the browser.

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Makecode Coding Tutorials for the 4tronix Bit:Bot Robot

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Makecode Coding Tutorials for the 4tronix Bit:Bot Robot

These Bitbot makecode tutorials will take you through understanding and implementing the RGB LEDs and buzzer, obstacle avoidance with the ultrasonic sensor, following a light source, line-following, and variable-speed radio control by reading pitch and roll from another micro:bit.

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