Code a rainbow message of hope to display in your window to show your support for the NHS and the fight against Covid-19. This challenge is ongoing during lockdown so please do join in and share your message!
There are three options: to code a simple rainbow shape or an LED or Neopixel rainbow display.
Download our detailed Science Oxford Challenge instruction sheet to get you started. There are three options to code a simple rainbow shape or a LED or Neopixel rainbow display. You don’t need a micro:bit for all of them.
Age group: 7 to adult
What you will need: laptop, USB cable, Micro:bit, battery pack, 4 crocodile clips, common cathode RGB LED, strip of 8 neopixels, edge connector, connecting wires
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Show us what you came up with on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram and tag: @scienceoxford #scienceoxfordchallenge #scienceathome or email [email protected].
If you enjoyed this challenge you might like our Creative Computing Club when we reopen.