Get ready to fly! Follow this well-illustrated, step-by-step tutorial to build your ELEV-8 V2 Quadcopter Kit. These instructions are for assembling the Parallax ELEV-8 Quadcopter Version 2 (#80200 or #80202) in its most standard configuration.
This Propeller C Tutorial shows you how make use of the Propeller chip's multiple cores. Launch functions into other cores, monitor processes in other cores, share data between cores, and print from other cores.
Learn how to make your own custom Simple Libraries for your Propeller Activity Board. This Propeller C Tutorial walks you through creating a library, tricks for reducing code size, and making your library to work well with the ones already in your SimpleIDE Learn folder.
Want to make your own Magic 8-Ball using your HomeWork Board or Board of Education? Try this Stamps in Class Mini-Project and wow your family and friends with its eerie fortune-telling abilities!
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.
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.
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.