Mix:Tape Challenge | Ottawa Robotics Competition

Mix:Tape Challenge

In the 1970s, people liked to create collections of music on cassettes and share them with each other for their friends to appreciate. Your task is to use a Micro:bit simulator to make a robotic mixtape: a music player that can play a collection of songs along with LED visuals. You can even share it with your friends!

For this challenge, you will be using a Micro:Bit simulator that is freely available to everyone. You can access it through this link https://makecode.microbit.org/ or download it through the Microsoft Store if you have a windows computer.

Mix:Tape Challenge Rules

Mixtape Report Rules


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