Now you can connect littleBits to LEGO®! With the Brick Adapter and motorMate, we’ve made it easy for you to integrate the two systems.
Posts in category “Tips & Tricks”
littleBits’ engineers share the inside scoop on working with the proto module, perf module, and bitsnaps.
Tips/Techniques for Good Photos 1.) Setting You’ll want to take strong clear photos that really show off your prototype. You can do that a few ways. Set up your prototype on a clean simple background (like a table or a sheet of paper).Make sure that your prototype doesn’t just blend into the background. Make it […]
With the release of our limited edition Logic boost-it, we’ve compiled some great lessons to help you can teach the basics of programming.
Welcome to the cloud! With the cloudBit, now you can snap the internet to anything. We’ve compiled a number of fun and useful tips & tricks to get your creative juices flowing. Enjoy!
The sequencer module allows you to connect up to eight output modules and control them in a sequential pattern. Now you can add event timing to projects for more complicated interactions.
Welcome to the wide world of Arduino! The Arduino At Heart™ module allows you to easily incorporate computer programming into your littleBits circuits. Check out these tips & tricks to learn more.
The Remote Trigger is similar to the Light Trigger module, except that it works with infrared light instead of visible light. When it senses infrared light, it sends a short ON signal though the circuit.
The IR LED (or infrared light-emitting diode) module sends out light with longer wavelengths than visible light, similar to the light in your remote control. It’s invisible to the eye, but many digital cameras can see it! Try using it to activate the light sensor or remote trigger.
The Speaker module is kind of like a translator for your littleBits circuits. It takes electrical signals from the modules (or from the input jack) and translates those signals into vibrations (sound).