Just in - Kitronik RGB ZIP lights for your BBC micro:bit!
Each LED on these arrays can be individually controlled from your micro:bit in both colour (16,777,216 different colours) and brightness. And yes, they are rather bright on the highest setting ;).
Kitronik ZIP Halo for the BBC micro:bit
The Kitronik ZIP Halo fits directly to the micro:bit, and can be programmed using PXT or other languages such as Python. The circular arrangement lends itself to lots of games where you might need to point to a circular board, such as Wheel of Fortune, clocks, countdowns, or even as a directional pointer. As usual, Kitronik have great documentation that we've linked to from our store. Coming in at just under $20, it's great value.
Kitronik ZIP Stick
Multiple Kitronik ZIP sticks can be connected end to end, allowing a longer arrays to be created and controlled from the BBC micro:bit. These is the same ZIP array found on the :MOVE mini buggy for the BBC micro:bit. The ZIP sticks also include mounting holes and can be placed up to 5m apart without the need for any additional circuitry.
Kitronik ZIP Circle
Like the other ZIP arrays, the Kitronik ZIP circle can also be connected to the BBC micro:bit and is essentially a smaller version of the ZIP Halo that can be wired to be mounted away from the micro:bit.
The Kitronik ZIP Arc 15 and 12 LED Arrays
The Kitronik ZIP Arcs come in 15 and 12 multi-coloured light arrays. These can also be connected together to form a larger circle of RGB LEDs, controlled from a BBC micro:bit.