30 Oct '15, 5pm

Build a virtual pet with #CodeBug #CodinginEducation

The Codebug board measures 39mm wide and 47mm tall and is shaped to resemble a friendly bug. At the top of Codebug we can see a micro USB port that can be used for power and uploading code. On either side of the micro USB port we can see a simple momentary switch which are basic forms of input. Just under the micro USB port we can see a PIC18F microcontroller which is the brains of the board. Under the PIC18F we see a matrix of 5x5 red LEDs for use as an output device. Finally around the perimeter we can see six brass connectors which can be used with crocodile clips. These are inputs/outputs that can be controlled using the Codebug software.

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