Detailed information about how to assemble the watchX.
Learning about what makes a smartwatch function
A closer look to electronic components
Improving motor skills
0 hour 30 minutes
Basic information about how to install mBlock 3 to your computer
Learn to install a programming IDE to your computer
Understand the requirements for programing a hardware
0 hour 30 minutes
Using the LEDs on the watchX
The user combines the basic circuit knowledge learned in theory with mBlock skills and creates a product.
The user learns how to use the LEDs on the WatchX effectively by writing codes.
The User activates the LEDs on the watchX by using code blocks.
Let's put our name on the screen.
The user understands the usage of OLED and LCD screens and how they work. Learns the difference between them.
The use learns the operating principle of the screens on the equipment he sees in daily life.
Let's change the location of the text on the screen.
The use learns that the text can be written anywhere on the Oled screen and makes examples of this feature.
The user learns how to make a positioning a text on the screen.
The user learns the X and Y coordinate axis.
Let's draw a dot on the screen.
Learn how to draw a dot on display.
Learn how images are displayed on the screens.
Learn the X and Y axes.
Let's draw line on the screen.
The student draws line on the Oled screen.
Learns about line and positioning on the screen.
Learns the X and Y axes.
Program the watchX to make a sound depending on the conditions.
The student learns the working principle of Buzzer circuit element.
Sound is output with the buzzer.
Recognizes the code blocks required to sound the clock according to the condition.
Assigning tasks to 4 buttons on the watchX watch.
The student learns button usage.
It gives examples of the devices used by pressing the button in daily life.
Button usage is used in the application.
The student introduced to modular arithmetic and recognizes the mod operator.
Keeping variables in the borders.
Learn about limits and borders
Code and control values in the given variables
My movements are under control.
Learn about how to read motion information from motion sensor.
Gain knowledge of the working principles of motion-detecting equipment.
Uses the distance and length measurement method.
Learns the use of the accelerometer.
Use the motion information
Learn about how to make sense of the motion information
Make games controlled with motion
Measuring the motion and looking for movement.
Learn about how the motion effects sensors
Detect the movement
Make an alarm that sounds when motion is detected
Who jumps more? Let's measure...
Detecting freefall and jump
Making a jump game
What is shock and G? Let's learn and measure...
Learning about physical basics like shock and G
Measure and record the highest data on the display
Let's make an artificial horizon. Are objects staying on a level surface? Let's measure
Making sense of measured information
Involving sound and light with motion data
Save the battery life with motion control.
Learn about battery consumption.
Save the battery by turning off the display.
See the displayed information by wrist movement.
I learn the ambient temperature with my watch.
The student designs an application using the temperature sensor.
The student converts the read value into a variable.
Learns active and passive working principles of air conditioners etc. according to the ambient temperature.
There are different measurement units, let's learn about them.
Learn about different measurement units for temperature
Write the measured data on the display in realtime.
How is the weather today?
Learn about the operating logic of the pressure sensor.
Gain knowledge of the working principles of pressure sensor equipment.
What is pressure? Let's get into it!
The user gains a basic understanding of barometric pressure.
Understand the relation between altitude and pressure
Let's learn pressure terms and it's applications!
The user learns pressure terms.
The user develops pressure related applications with watchX.
Understanding the difference between pressure metrics.
Detail information about installing watch faces for watchX.
Installing all available watch faces for watchX.
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