BBC micro:bit Board is a mini codeable computer with motion detection, a built-in compass, LED display, and Bluetooth technology. A non-intimidating introduction to programming and making – switch on, program it to do something fun – wear it, customise it, develop new ideas.
BBC micro:bit Board combines a pocket-sized coding device featuring several sensors and LED’s, with a website full of coding languages, helping you get creative – from making your own games to taking selfies, the possibilities are endless. Each element is completely programmable via easy-to-use software on a dedicated website that can be accessed from a PC, tablet, or mobile.
Measuring just 4cm by 5cm, it is tiny and with plenty of coding resources available it’s incredibly easy to use. Start learning to code and making a simple Microbit project within seconds! If you’re new to coding, the BBC micro:bit Board is the perfect place to start your journey into understanding hardware and software.
Micro:Bit Board is versatile allowing you to connect it to other devices, sensors, kits, and objects. It’s also a springboard to more complex coding and learning that you can do with kits and boards like littleBits and the Raspberry Pi.