I’m hosting a Halloween party this weekend and I figured I’d see what I hack together with all these micro:bits I got lying around.
My first thought was that it’d be great if guests at the party could control the music using a micro:bit. Button A / B for the next / previous song, and perhaps a shake for to shuffle to the next song.
I’ll walk you through the steps I took to get this working. First, here’s a video of the final product:
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