Tutorials and resources for our SHINE-funded project, in collaboration with Drapers’ Brookside Junior School
When writing your blog about the activity we completed today please try and answer the following questions: What kind of percussion techniques did you use (hitting, shaking, scraping, rubbing)? What was the input to the quirkbot (what was making it move)?... read more
Here are some videos to give us inspiration for our musical robots!
Hello everyone! We’re happy to bring you our next workshop. Today we will be doing some experiments with light, waves, sound and motors. Start by opening the quirkbot box and get familiar with the parts Go to code.quirkbot.com and login using your u... read more
Good morning everybody, it’s been a while, huh? We are back with a new surprise, let’s work on a new device today, it’s called the micro:bit. We will use a new coding language, a new website, we’ll make a new instrument, and a new ... read more
Good morning everybody, and welcome back to the fifth session of this project. Today we will explore a new device, called the Quirk Bot! This is a great tool for building robots and all kind of moving structures that can be controlled by us! We will build... read more
Good morning everybody, and welcome back to the third session of this project. Today we will explore a new device, called the BBC micro:bit. It is a fantastic platform to make coding, music, LEDs, and videogames!!! We will build on what we have learnt las... read more
In order to to this, we need to use another block of code, called Sequence. But let’s learn the song first ;)! The Circuit Touch decides which trigger will start Hot Cross Buns, and which trigger starts One-a-pen-ny Two-a-pen-ny. The s... read more
We hope you enjoyed the last session – your Quirkbot has missed you! If you remember, last time we looked at using the Quirkbot as a controller to play some maths games. Then, we started to look at using the Quirkbot as an instrument. We’ll in... read more
Just before we say goodbye, could you please click on this link and answer some questions? Feel free to come back to this page, to check on the exercises, and refresh what we have learnt today.