Sensing the world around us is central to what we do and what we'd like electronics projects to do for us. Be it the weather or detecting specific things like light, sound, etc., we always want to know. 

The Circuit Playground Express board is specifically designed to have the sensors you might wish to use built-in.

This guide will help you use the Circuit Playground Express sensors quickly, with code examples, so you can experience how the sensors work and how you might wish to use the sensors in your own project.

Parts List

For using IR transmit and receive with MakeCode, you will need two Circuit Playground Express boards.

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This guide was first published on Jul 26, 2018. It was last updated on Jul 16, 2024.

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