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How to use a Big Dome Button!

How to use a Big Dome Button!

The Big Dome Buttons are one some of our best selling items - we've had customers using them for everything from turning on Christmas lights to interactive walls. Our iconic red buttons have even been featured on some of the most popular...

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How to create working circuits on paper

How to create working circuits on paper

Find out how to draw (yes draw!) electronic circuits on normal paper... Circuit Scribe is a pen that you can use to draw electronic circuits. This means you can make working circuits from nothing more than paper, the pen, and...

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Soldering is Easy Tutorial Comic Book

Soldering is Easy Tutorial Comic Book

Learn the basics of soldering with the awesome Soldering is Easy Comic Book.... (You can grab the PDF version here if you want) --------------------------- --------------------------- --------------------------- --------------------------- --------------------------- --------------------------- --------------------------- --------------------------- Credit to Mitch Altman, Andie Nordgren & Jeff Keyzer for creating this awesome...

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Lightino Lessons Help Sheet

The Basics Statements are grouped together by curly brackets { }, not by indentation (as in Python). You can put newlines and spaces where you like, but your code will be easier to read if you indent it (like Python)....

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Lightino Lesson 5: How fast is it spinning?

In previous lessons the code calculated the time for a revolution, so as a final exercise, let's display! Actually, rotational speed is more often measured in revolutions per minute (RPM), but we can easily calculate that. We calculated the time...

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Lightino Lesson 4: Let's display messages!

You can display messages just as well as patterns since each letter, digit or symbol is just a pattern. Luckily for us, someone has already worked out all the patterns we need and a function for displaying them! Save your...

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