BBC micro:bit Powered Halo-ween Fancy Dress

Kitronik halo ween microbit zip led 13 1000

This incredible halloween project comes to us from Kitonik!

This will definitely make you the belle of the ball and if you also want venture out to trick or treat, it will help to light your way.

BBC micro:bit Powered Halo-ween Fancy Dress:

Parts:

  • Kitronik ZIP Halo for the BBC micro:bit.
  • BBC micro:bit.
  • 3xAAA Battery holder with JST for powering the ZIP Halo.
  • AAA batteries.
  • The desired length of flexible ZIP strips for your design. 30 ZIPs per 50cm, 50 ZIPs per 50cm.
  • Servo extension cable or connecting wire for connecting to the ZIP Halo and extra connecting wire for connecting between strips.
  • Halloween dress

Tools:

  • Wire cutters.
  • Wire strippers.
  • Soldering iron.
  • Solder.
  • Scissors.
  • Needle and thread.

Coding:

  • Micro USB lead.
  • Access to the online Microsoft MakeCode coding environment.

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