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This sensor contains a thermistor temperature sensor and a capacitive humidity sensor. A small microcontroller inside does the readings and provides a simple I2C interface for reading the finished & calibrated output data. This guide will cover how to use this sensor, complete with wiring diagrams and code examples. Check it out!
You're a human! Right? For now anyway... There's a red pulsing in the distance... NO! A ZOMBIE! You're losing health, but what's this? A white pulsing from around a corner, a healer! You'll stay human for a little longer... We've written up a fun game for you to play with Circuit Playground Express and CircuitPython or MakeCode. Hopefully you'll be a human long enough to check out this guide!
Circuit Playground Express has the ability to transmit and receive IR signals. You can use CircuitPython to send and receive messages using IR. This guide covers the basics of Circuit Playground Express IR and shows you how to use CircuitPython to communicate between two Circuit Playground Expresses!
You already have Git setup, and you have a GitHub account. You want to contribute to an open source project like CircuitPython, but you're not sure where to start. This guide walks through the steps from forking your first repo to your GitHub account, to cloning it locally, creating a working branch, making a commit, pushing your code to your fork, creating a PR, and both receiving and giving a review. You'll learn good practices and tips and tricks, and before you know it, you'll be a pro contributor. Pick a project, find an issue, and let's get started!
New to CircuitPython? Looking for an easy way to get started? We've written a library for the Circuit Playground Express that makes it super simple to begin using all the sensors, switches and lights. This guide will show you all the features of this library and how to use each one. Let's get coding!
This project uses the Feather M0 Express, the Adalogger Featherwing and the AM2320 Temperature and Humidity sensor to gather data from the sensor and save it to the SD card on the Adalogger. You'll learn how to record data, and then take that data, import it into a spreadsheet and turn it into an awesome graph!
Mu is an amazing editor that works with CircuitPython and compatible boards. You can connect to the serial REPL right inside the editor. It also includes a plotter the works with your code to give you a live visual graph of your data! This guide will show you different ways to use the plotter with different sensors. It's time to plot!
You've already gotten started with CircuitPython. What's next? CircuitPython Essentials! This guide provides examples all of the core modules and some of the common libraries found in CircuitPython and how they're used. You'll be able to use any board designed for CircuitPython and learn about the different concepts included in the language. It's time to take the next step!
This guide will show you how to use CircuitPython and your Circuit Playground Express to make an interactive lamp, by using movement to change color settings and modes, or changing it up from across the room with an IR remote. You'll learn how to use different code concepts to make this happen. Lamp it up and have fun!
This guide will introduce you to the CircuitPython community and everything that comes with it. You'll learn about where to get your questions answered, provide help to others and contribute in a variety of ways. Whether you're a beginning just starting out or a seasoned programmer, you'll find there's something for everyone. See you soon!
This guide will use the capacitive touch pads on the Circuit Playground Express and the capacitive properties of fruit to create a full scale tone piano. We will write the code using CircuitPython to use each of the touch pads to light up the Neopixels in a different color and play a different tone through the onboard speaker.