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Hi,

I am thinking for a while about how to teach young generation coding in a funny way. I come up with an idea of a fidget spinner with RGB LEDs and a microcontroller. This idea succeeded in attracting teachers' and parents' attention. But the most important part of the project is drawing students' attraction. Of course being a fidget spinner doing its job but I am talking about the educational part. What kind of coding challenges and tutorials can we prepare? This is the reason I am writing to this board. Please find some code challenge ideas that I came up with [here](http://lightino.org/2017/07/23/code-challenge-number-1/) and [here](http://lightino.org/2017/07/27/code-challenge-number-2/) but we can find others and betters Any help on ideas or preparation of a one-page tutorial content is appreciated.

The fidget spinner has an optical rotation sensor. So determining its speed and number of rotation is possible.

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