Just in time for the holidays! The Smart Home Kit enables you to turn any household object into an internet-connected device.
The perfect gift for the DIYer on your holiday gift list.
Credits: Glenn Mossy
Snap the power bit p1 to a fork.
Snap a button on d0 of the arduino bit on the left side.
Snap a button on a0 of the arduino bit on the left side.
Snap a dimmer on a1 of the arduino bit on the left side.
Snap a bright led on d1 of the arduino bit on the right side.
Snap a rgbled on d5 of the arduino bit on the right side.
Snap a bright led on d9 pin of the arduino bit on the right side.
Or Snap a servo onto the d9 pin.
Snap a filter frequency input to the rgbled bit output.
Snap a synth speaker bit onto the output of the filter bit.
Download and installed the Ardunio IDE from http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Software to your computer.
Use the Arduino 1.0.5 version for your computers operating system.
Go to the Getting Started guide for more information http://discuss.littlebits.cc/t/getting-started/109
Download and same the sequence_recorder_advanced.ino sketch to your computer. Attach the micro usb cable to the ardunio bit. Turn on the powerbit. Set your Arduino IDE to "Arduino Leonardo" and select Serial port /dev/tty.usbmodem1411. Next upload the sequence_recorder_advanced.ino to the littleBit Arduino.
Have fun with different littleBits on the output!
What else can you program it to do?
Go to the reference page to study the language reference for Arduino programs. http://arduino.cc/en/Reference/HomePage
Go here for more tips and tricks: http://littlebits.cc/tips-tricks-arduino-module
And here is a link to the Arduino forum: http://forum.arduino.cc