Any gate or a combination thereof by simply choosing a position selector! How many components would need to build your own logic?. Two doors Double OR, three gates, Double AND?. What if you wanted to have some kind of sensitivity threshold ?.
How about a component that could emulate any gate or any combination thereof?
What if I tell you now that you can also use a threshold of two ways ?.
As this is the Scratch module, a device that allows you to do everything mentioned in the previous paragraph.

The module has fourteen Scratch prerecorded logic functions, plus two functions that can be programmed by the user graphically by scratch (no complicated programming languages).
All can be selected through a simple selector position.

The logic functions are:
1- Double AND
2- Double OR
3- NAND
4- NOR
5- XOR
6- INVERTER
7- LATCH
8- PULSE
9- RANDOM (random output value with a regulated output frecuency)
10- RANDOM NOISE (random output value with a random output frecuency)
11- THRESHOLD - ONE (a selected constant value of threshold)
12- THERSHOLD - TWO (a dynamic regulated value of threshold)
13. TIMER OFF-TO-ON
14. TIMER ON-TO-OFF
15- PROGRAMMABLE FUNCTION - ONE
16- PROGRAMMABLE FUNCTION - TWO

Create your own logic circuits graphically, and in one component.
Let's go!!

  • Comments (63)
  • TheCrated over 2 years ago

    This is so very clever. Best of luck!

  • ani the bunny over 2 years ago

    you are the best

  • ani the bunny over 2 years ago

    and scratch is awesome

  • ProtoAles7 over 2 years ago

    I think that your module will be one of the bests of littlelbits (Im sorry for my english)

  • william1228 over 2 years ago

    Awesome idea I love scratch

  • william1228 over 2 years ago

    I cant wait to see what I can make with your module

  • william1228 over 2 years ago

    you should make a module for the make your own app website :)

  • william1228 over 2 years ago

    your really good at making modules

  • william1228 over 2 years ago

    electronicadivertida your module is by far the best.

  • dmr over 2 years ago

    This would be amazing! My 6 year old is learning Scratch through Tynker, and this would give him much deeper understanding of the inventions we create together.

    • electronicadivertida.com over 2 years ago

      Thanks!!, With LittleBits and Scratch we can create a variety of Toys in the real world

  • william1228 over 2 years ago

    I have already voted on 5 of my acounts

    • electronicadivertida.com over 2 years ago

      If we reach the necessary votes will be thanks to the enthusiasm and involvement of people like you. My module is good but you're better. My sincere thanks.

  • Ethan G over 2 years ago

    This is like a dream come true!

  • Ethan G over 2 years ago

    I want to use this to make a remote control for a game on scratch!

    • electronicadivertida.com over 2 years ago

      You enjoy thinking about the possibilities of my module, I enjoy your enthusiasm. Thank you for the support.

      We can do it!

  • susana.oubinafalcon over 2 years ago

    It is fantastic!

  • william1228 over 2 years ago

    i just can't stop complimenting you

    : ] nice job

  • william1228 over 2 years ago

    i have a condition

  • william1228 over 2 years ago

    just kidding

  • william1228 over 2 years ago

    wanna here a joke , yo mamma,s so stupid she sold her car for gas money

  • wworden over 2 years ago

    This would also allow for Raspberry Pi integration with littleBits... very nice!

    • electronicadivertida.com over 2 years ago

      Curious ... your comment coincides with the recent announcement of the Raspberry Pi 2!

      Many possibilities open to us, soon will be time to look into them.

      Thanks for commenting.

  • joelamendoza11 over 2 years ago

    I got little bits as a christmas present, and ever since i found out about scratch, code, and tnkr, ive been trying to do lots of things w/ my spare time. :D your module is very inspiring and with todays technology i was even able to make my own vertion of flappybird! studio.code.org/c/79184109

    • Soniarozer about 2 years ago

      I got little bits as a christmas present, and ever since i found out about scratch, code, and tnkr, ive been trying to do lots of things w/ my spare time. :D your module is very inspiring and with todays technology i was even able to make my own vertion of flappybird! studio.code.org/c/79184109

  • joelamendoza11 over 2 years ago

    link above :)

  • Chloe over 2 years ago

    Hello scratch afficionados! Don't miss our community call tomorrow at 7pm with Mitch Resnik, creator of Scratch :) http://discuss.littlebits.cc/t/tomorrow-community-call-q-a-with-mitch-resnick-of-scratch/21090

  • Seymour Clufley over 2 years ago

    This would be an excellent addition to the LB library. I really hope they take this one on. Being able to write actual programs with the Arduino bit really takes LB to the next level, and the more modules they have that allow the same thing with different languages, the better. Also, Scratch is a very different type of programming from Arduino's C-like language - different enough to justify a new module, IMHO. Good luck. :)

  • philipmcnabb over 2 years ago

    Really mindblowing

  • micafranco over 2 years ago

    its Amazing

  • alebovic over 2 years ago

    great idea!

  • XYZAidan over 2 years ago

    Looks like a great module! I'm interested in how it works. I see you are demoing it in your video on an Arduino Micro. Are you using S4A to run the scratch on the Arduino?

  • isoliprince over 2 years ago

    Brilliant Work.. well done

  • fredjames over 2 years ago

    AWSUMMMM...

  • jomastyre12 over 2 years ago

    yes its amazing

  • electronicadivertida.com about 2 years ago

    Thank you for recent comments of support and recognition of our work. We're flattered.

    We hope that all will soon become a reality and many people can enjoy our Scratch Module.

    Greetings.

  • juanbell about 2 years ago

    Like it!!!

  • earlcollins about 2 years ago

    Great Idea

  • Jazzken about 2 years ago

    Yes this is amazing

  • jasskr7 about 2 years ago

    That is wonderful idea to share

  • jarodfoley about 2 years ago

    Excellent Work

  • Nyanjake about 2 years ago

    You must have worked so hard to get this working, they have to accept this design because it is a easy programming tool to use to work up to Arduino programming. 10/10. Best of luck

  • Nyanjake about 2 years ago

    Just........ BRILLIANT

  • Nyanjake about 2 years ago

    You must have worked so hard to get this working, they have to accept this design because it is a easy programming tool to use to work up to Arduino programming. 10/10. Best of luck

  • SunnyMessi about 2 years ago

    Keep it up

  • snapman about 2 years ago

    i hae beena huge fan of sratch and littlebits, but i hae neer seen anyone combind the two, very cool, looking foward to buying my own!

  • tarlarren about 2 years ago

    Hopefully this will come true, that would be wonderful!

  • nicholassscott about 2 years ago

    That's what i call great work,,,keep it upp

  • alanperez almost 2 years ago

    Amazing Creativity!!!

  • CraftyCrabber over 1 year ago

    Yes! I l'd love to program, but arduino is so complicated! This would be sooooo perfact!

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