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May 31, 2017 AT 9:56 am

Detecting Fidget Spinner Speeds with a LDR and the micro:bit

Fun walkthrough project video below using a photoresistor and the BBC micro:bit to determine the rotations per minute for fidget spinners. The code is viewable and downloadable here.

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1 Comment

  1. I absolutely love this…. definitely trying it at code club this coming week. The video is awesome also.

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