MOVE Mini Buggy moves the micro:bit towards robotics


Kitronik MOVE Mini Buggy

Aimed at students of STEM subjects in secondary schools, it serves an introduction to robotics and is the latest micro:bit powered project from Nottingham-based Kitronik.

The buggy is controlled via Bluetooth using an app, allowing it to be controlled via a smartphone or tablet. Or a second micro:bit

You can personalise the buggy by adding lights and also add a pen to the device to enable it to become a drawing tool.

To see the buggy in action, check out the video below: