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This sketch shows you how to use the on-board potentiometer and keyboard. It turns the robot into a DJ table, make some fun with the music by pressing different keys.

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This sketch shows you how to use the control board potentiometer and buttons as a keyboard. It turns the robot into a mobile music machine, have some fun with the music by pressing different buttons.

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  1. Upload the example, you can keep USB plugged
  2. After the starting screen, you will hear the music playing, as well as see the interface
  3. The vertical bar coloured in blue indicates the tempo of the music, horizontal bar in orange shows the tune. The cross shape in the middle represents the d-pad, and the circle on the left bottom corresponds to the knob.
  4. Press different buttons on the d-pad, or rotating the knob, you'll see the interface changing accordingly. Try it out to see what happens when you do different things!
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  1. Upload the example, you can keep USB plugged in once finished.
  2. After the starting screen, you will hear the music playing.
  3. On the screen, the vertical blue bar indicates the tempo of the music. The horizontal bar in orange shows the pitch. The cross shape in the middle represents the buttons, and the circle on the bottom left corresponds to the knob.
  4. Press different buttons, or try rotating the knob. You should see the interface on the screen change.
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May 15, 2013, at 01:00 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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Instruction

  1. Upload the example, you can keep USB plugged
  2. After the starting screen, you will hear the music playing, as well as see the interface
  3. The vertical bar coloured in blue indicates the tempo of the music, horizontal bar in orange shows the tune. The cross shape in the middle represents the d-pad, and the circle on the left bottom corresponds to the knob.
  4. Press different buttons on the d-pad, or rotating the knob, you'll see the interface changing accordingly. Try it out to see what happens when you do different things!
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Examples > Lottie Lemon?

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Examples > Robot

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