The Smart Wearable kit is designed to help you get started with exploring the world of electronics and wearable computing. Use the Smart Wearable Kit for the BBC micro:bit to create electronics and wearable projects that involve light, sound, motion and touch. The Smart Wearable Kit comes with 8 different sensors, each of which can also be stitched to clothing and connected using conducting wire to create wearable electronic art. Get started with your own STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) learning journey using the Smart Wearable Kit for BBC micro:bit.
Recommended Learning Prerequisites –
These tutorials will help you build upon the knowledge gained coding with Scratch and the BBC Makecode editor. This is an a beginner electronics track with an introduction to wearable computing. We would highly recommend that you complete the following tracks before you start off with this track.
Take on the Programmable Biped:Bit for the BBC micro:bit development track to get a taste of the type of robotics projects you can build using the BBC micro:bit.
Hardware Prerequisites –
About BBC micro:bit
You can read more about the BBC micro:bit at the microbit website. Also see Kitronik’s resources here – Parents Complete Guide To The BBC micro:bit.