BittyWeb now has a new application called Bitty Event Monitor.
Monitor anything you like using your micro:bit and report significant events to this BittyWeb application and it will indicate whatever is going on with the colour and text that you choose. Suitable for a huge range of classroom and maker projects, you could monitor temperature bands, atmospheric pressure ranges or motion. If you can measure it on a micro:bit using the right code, you can report different states to Bitty Event Monitor for it to indicate visually on your screen.
Watch this video of Bitty Event Monitor working with a micro:bit running some simple temperature monitoring code:
Code for the temperature monitor is available here:
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