This Stamps in Class PBASIC project teaches you to design and play tunes from a simple wireless musical keyboard. Press some keys on one BASIC Stamp HomeWork Board, and have the sound come out of another!
Need a fun and interactive Halloween decoration idea? Check out this spooky pumpkin project that lights up and plays the sound of your choice when someone passes in front of it! Controlled using the versatile Propeller Project Board and written in Spin, this project is ready to use as-is, or feel free to customize it to suit your holiday needs.
So what is a microcontroller? And then what is a multicore microcontroller? In this short read, meet the Propeller chip, a multicore microcontroller that makes inventing easier with teamwork.
Ever wanted to learn how to program your S2 to draw your name? Using some basic geometry and Spin code, this project will show you how!
Curious about just how many satellites are communicating with your GPS at any given time? Find out by trying this beginner-friendly Propeller Spin project.
Make your Halloween display twice as spooky with this adaptation of our original Propeller Spin Halloween Pumpkin Project. Use XBee to have both pumpkins make their sounds in sync for an extra-chilling effect!
Love your ActivityBot, but find that its personality is missing a little something? We can help! This Propeller C project shows you how to add audio responses to PING))) sensor input, so your 'Bot can speak politely to any obstacles it finds while roaming around.
Your ActivityBot kit came with a microSD card, which you can use with your robot in a variety of ways. This Propeller C tutorial will show you how to control your robot's navigation by loading and executing drive commands from your SD card.
Discover how to link your PC or Smartphone to a Propeller board via Bluetooth with this detailed, Spin-language project from Chris Savage.
Looking for a simple and cost-effective way to incorporate a temperature sensor into your project? This quick Propeller Spin activity can show you how!