There are so many city defender heroes in movies, and have you ever considered being one of them? Now let's turn this Maqueen Plus V2 into a city defender - a police car to make your dream come true!
1. Learn how to use the buzzer module
2. Learn how to use the RGB light module
1. Input https://makecode.microbit.org/ into your browser to enter the MakeCode editor.
2. Click "new project" to enter the MakeCode programming interface.
3. Add the Maqueen Plus V2 library: https://github.com/DFRobot/pxt-DFRobot_MaqueenPlus_v20
1. Program the car to make it drive
Both motors move forward at the speed of 255.
2. Program the lighting effect
Since the lights on a police car emit red light and blue light alternatively, the next step here is to exchange the lighting color every 1s.
3. Program the siren
Play the built-in sound "dadadum" repeatedly to simulate the sound of a siren.
4. The whole program is shown below.
5. Name your project as "City Defender-A Police Car" and save it.
1. Connect to a computer: Connect the micro:bit to your computer with a USB cable before downloading. There will be a hard disk named "micro:bit" appearing in the computer when the connection is successful.
2. Download the program: Click "Download" to download your project into the micro:bit hard disk.
3. Plug in the micro:bit board: After downloading the program, unplug the USB cable and plug the micro:bit board into Maqueen Plus V2.
Turn on the power switch, then Maqueen Plus V2 moves forward with siren wailing and lights flashing, just like a police car.
Think & Explore
We have learned how to play the built-in music in MakeCode. Do you want to make a piece of your music? Try it with Maqueen Plus V2. The block shown below is used to play notes.
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