Nothing is more fun than making your own games. The BrainPad Pulse is everything you need to get started, but the
BrainGamer allows you to build more interesting games. Oh! And the BrainGamer has a rechargeable battery.
Game Lesson Description Gaming Intro An intro to gaming with a simple game that is less than 50 lines of code.
Learning about circuits and programing modules to work with the BrainPad brings a whole new meaning to the idea of coding something physical and real.
BrainPower, BrainTronics, and BrainClip accessories take advantage of this.
Physical Computing Lesson Description In ➤ Proc ➤ Out Physical computing and how “things” connect to a computer (processor). Digital Digital Signals, how they work and why. Analog Analog Signals, how they work and why. Button How buttons are used to control things. Sound Generating sounds from simple beeps and alarms to playing a song. Servo Servo motors, what types there are, and how to use them. NeoPixel Controlling NeoPixel LEDs. Distance What are distance sensors? How and what are they used for? Infrared What is infrared and how can I use it? Touch Your body is conductive and the BrainPad can use it to control things. I2C Bus I2C is a computer protocol that chips can use to talk to each other. Temp & Humidity DHT are common temperature and humidity sensors
BrainClip Lesson Description BrainClip Intro Get started on understanding the use of alligator wire clips and how modules connect to the BrainPad. BrainClip Modules Covers individual modules and their use.
BrainTronics Lesson Description BrainTronics Intro An intro lesson showing how components plug and work in breadboards.
The artificial intelligence lessons.
AI Lesson Description Math Art We will create an AI artist using random numbers.
Internet of Things lessons that show the greatness of things to connected to computers and Internet.