The BBC micro:bit foundation was created with the vision of inspiring every child to create their best digital future. Micro:bit elements are studied in order to make them the easiest and most effective in the development of digital skills and creativity.
There are 24 products.
This second version of the ring:bit kit allows you to assemble a small, intelligent robotic car with multiple features that can be programmed with MakeCode. Be warned, you’ll need a BBC micro:bit for it to work!
An innovative collaboration between the BBC and its partners aimed at developing IT learning and programming, the micro:bit is a small computer embedding a single board. One million of them have been distributed since their release in summer 2015, and it should not end there!
The micro:bit Starter Kit includes all the essential parts you need for your first electronic experiments using the micro:bit breadboard.
The micro:bit Tinker Kit is a fun learning solution for those new to programming, to help them get their first sound, light and mobile projects off the ground.
ElecFreaks has designed a robust and convenient case for micro:bit users that greatly prolongs the life span of your BBC programming board.
Let us introduce you to ElecFreaks’ micro:servo for micro:bit: lightweight, ultra-compact and easily integrated into your miniature robotics projects.
This 360° micro servo for micro:bit comes with a wheel and is suitable for all your miniature, mobile robotics projects.
Now even stronger and better designed, BitBot XL is the micro:bit programmable robot that has replaced the standard BitBot platform.
Easy to assemble, ultra-simple to program, Maqueen is a micro:bit robot that fits in the palm of your hand, and offers multiple possibilities to young apprentice programmers!
The base plate for Cube:bit is designed to power all these greedy RGB LEDs. Without it, you might deplete your Micro:bit or your Raspi faster than necessary.