In the first blog of this two-part series, we built a cool pair of neopixel glasses that are powered by your CodeX. Now that the hardware is complete, we get to the fun part: the software! In this blog, we will code up some cool, flashy animations for the CodeX glasses.
Wearable LEDs are all the rage! Do a quick search on Pinterest and Etsy and you’ll find oodles of wearable flashy-light projects – from simple jewelry to full LED-infused dresses and jackets. In this two-part blog, I’ll show you how to use your CodeX to control a pair of sparkling NeoPixel glasses.
Being able to stick with a task until it is complete a 21st Century Skill. But persistence alone is only half the battle. It needs to be productive persistence. Keep reading to learn how you can use the CodeSpace debugger to empower students solve their own problems.
Magnetic switches are popular peripherals you can even find at your local hardware store. Whether you're making a DIY security system, trying to count how many times a door is opened during a day, or building the notorious fridge alarm, this project will show you the way!