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How to Make an Earthquake in Minecraft #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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Awesome tutorial from stuffaboutcode.com via raspberry pi pod:

In this tutorial you are going to connect your Microbit up to your Raspberry Pi and program them so that when your Microbit is shaken it creates an earthquake in Minecraft.

This is part of a workshop I delivered at PyConUK 2016download the complete worksheet.

You are going to connect your micro:bit’s pins to the Raspberry Pi gpio pins using some cables and crocodile clips; programs on the [email protected] and Raspberry Pi will make Steve shake in Minecraft.

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