Display your Memsic 2125's X/Y tilt position on an interactive OLED display! With the Propeller FL!P (or Activity Board) and BlocklyProp, this project will be simple and fun to complete.
This BlocklyProp project makes a tilt-controlled 4-note musical instrument, with LEDs that light up for each note. Make a few in your classroom for an electronic bell choir.
Create a database of records by storing RFID tag numbers with meaningful information (like names, dates, or locations) together in EEPROM. Using an OLED screen you can even display the records for each tag as you scan them.
WS2812 LEDs are extremely versatile and fun to use. This 2-part project will give you plenty of creative ideas on how to incorporate them into your BlocklyProp applications.
Making projects with a few WS2812 LEDs is fun, but making a project with a whole strip of them is even better! Learn how to create scrolling patterns and even incorporate distance sensing and robotics in this BlocklyProp project.
Dive into robotics, graphical programming, electronics with the ActivityBot robot and BlocklyProp visual programming! This tutorial will show you how.
This tutorial shows you how to drive your ActivityBot robot with an IR remote and BlocklyProp code. Whisker switch obstacle detectors or Ping))) Ultrasonic Distance Sensor also welcome!
Add the 96 x 64 Color OLED Display Module to add pizzaz to your BlocklyProp projects. Learn how to handle text, numbers, lines, shapes, and more.
Learn to build simple circuits on a Propeller Activity Board or breadboard with a Propeller FLiP module. Create BlocklyProp graphical programs for blinking LEDs, controlling LEDs with pushbuttons, playing notes on a piezo speaker, and more. You will be building real-world STEM skills!