This tutorial shows you how an IR remote can drive your ActivityBot, using BlocklyProp graphical programming. 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!
The FLiP Try-it Kit comes with an exciting array of sensors and components that you can build into creative projects. Try this activity involving the 4x4 Matrix Keypad, 7-Segment LED, and piezospeaker and get visible and audible feedback to your Keypad key presses.
Play Pong without ever touching a paddle or controller! This project will introduce you to the concept of capacitive sensing by creating touchless game controllers from aluminum foil and tape.
BlocklyProp makes it easy and straightforward to introduce precision timing into your Propeller applications. Special thanks to guest author Jon McPhalen for this in-depth tutorial.
BlocklyProp makes it easy for you to send commands to control or drive your S3 robot using a Sony IR Remote Control. This section contains tutorials that will show you how.