Short on time? Watch the mBot build time lapse video. Also discover a multitude of applications using mBot for lessons in STEM that will keep students engaged throughout!
A selection of useful tutorials for getting started with your mBot! Learn how to build it and enjoy a range of programming projects from controlling the LEDs to making music.
There's a lot of arcade emulators out there that can run on many computers including the Raspberry Pi, so it only makes sense to play these emulators on some authentic hardware.
We found a little game project online, and with it being open-source, realised we could make our own version of it using duinotech parts. Even better, there's already a heap of games that have been created.
Construct your own arduino powered Christmas star! View online for detailed instructions.
Here's a good project for a beginner, which can add a bit of Christmas spirit to your workbench, and also teach you how multiple LED's can be controlled from a handful of microcontroller pins. Being Arduino based, the LED Christmas Tree can also be customized to your liking.
This project probably has the most parts of any of the ones we have done, but is sure to help spread some Christmas joy. It's a clock which displays the time and date, and also displays the number of days until Christmas.
Here's the first of our mini projects that you can build from parts in the XC3900 kit. It's a take on the old 'Snake' game that you might have seen on old Nokia phones or even earlier on Atari.