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BitWear is a low-cost compact accessory for micro:bit users to make fun wearable gadgets, sew it onto your outfit or use a strap to make your own smartwatch or wearable metronome.
BitWear is a low-cost compact accessory for micro:bit users to make fun wearable gadgets.
There is a vibration motor, a buzzer and an addressable RGB LED on board, all designed for your fun wearable projects.The board also allows you to turn off the motor and pixels with switches so you can use the touch pins or the breakout holes for other uses.
The BitWear is simply attached to the micro:bit with 5 screws (M3x5mm),and powered with two CR2032 batteries, which are securely clipped in and unable to be taken out unless you unscrew the BitWear.
Our goal design for the BitWear is to maximise micro:bit functions while minimising the space footprint to provide new micro:bit users with a enriched wearble experience. Our BitWearable Kit comes with a handy strap so for all your strapping projects, we suggest you consider the BitWearable Kit.
- Easy installation, screw into threaded nuts of the bitwear
- Compact design, same footprint as a microbit
- Adds commonly used wearable features like RGB LEDs, buzzer, and vibration motor, but also has expansion capabilities if you need it in your project
- Easy to source 3v button batteries for power supply, you can power it with one of two CR2032/CR2025/CR2020 batteries
- Includes on/off power switches and power indication lights
- Microsoft MakeCode Compatible:
MakeCode is a widely-used graphical programming software which allows you to program the micro:bit. You can easily use it through a web browser.
- Supports mPython programming
Professional and detailed teaching courses: whether you are an educator or home user, we provide course materials made just for the Bitwear for free. For more information, please visit make2learn
With the BitWear, students will develop open source hardware understanding as well as programming skills. Students must exercise creative thinking and use their hands as they design their own wearable, customising functions through graphical programming.
MakeCode for beginners：https://microbit.org/get-started/first-steps/set-up/
This product is suitable for:
- Maker teachers
- DIY hobbyists
- Primary, lower-high school students
- Micro:bit users
- Homeschooling educators
BitWear Expansion board
Phillips round head screws M3x5mm