Quarky – Documentation
Quarky is a powerful, portable device that allows users to create complex projects with its 3.7V Li–ion battery support, two tactile switches, five capacitive touch sensors, two infrared sensors, and general–purpose input–output pins. It includes 35 programmable RGB LEDs in a 7×5 grid for creating animations, writing text, and displaying patterns, as well as a good-quality speaker for human-like audio or buzzing. Additionally, it has Wi–Fi and Bluetooth compatibility, and multipurpose input/output pins that can be used to interface with any third–party sensors. Quarky also has protections for reverse polarity, overvoltage, and overcurrent.
Getting Started with Quarky
Learn how to program Quarky using Block coding or Python coding tutorials.
Quakry Robot Configurations
Learn how to assemble and program different versions of the Quarky Robot.
PictoBlox Extensions for Quarky
Refer to the documentation of PictoBlox Extension to understand how to use the blocks and functions for the Quarky Robot.
Learn to troubleshoot the problems in Quarky with ease.