Draw Your Sketch – Scratch For ArduinoDraw Your Sketch – Scratch For ArduinoDraw Your Sketch – Scratch For Arduino

Davide GombaNovember 30th, 2010

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Not long ago I wrote a detailed post about Arduino Visual Programming Enviroments: [Jordi Delgado] commented about Citilab experience with Scracth For Arduino and Children. Back in Barcelona we had the chance to see this in action for OpenRaval workshop, and we were proofed of its usability.

Read on the interview to Marina Conde and Victor Casado to have more information about the all story.

Download Scracth4Arduino from Citilab Site and give it a try!

 

scratchcitilab on livestream.com. Broadcast Live Free

Not long ago I wrote a detailed post about Arduino Visual Programming Enviroments: [Jordi Delgado] commented about Citilab experience with Scracth For Arduino and Children. Back in Barcelona we had the chance to see this in action for OpenRaval workshop, and we were proofed of its usability.

Read on the interview to Marina Conde and Victor Casado to have more information about the all story.

Download Scracth4Arduino from Citilab Site and give it a try!

 

scratchcitilab on livestream.com. Broadcast Live Free

Not long ago I wrote a detailed post about Arduino Visual Programming Enviroments: [Jordi Delgado] commented about Citilab experience with Scracth For Arduino and Children. Back in Barcelona we had the chance to see this in action for OpenRaval workshop, and we were proofed of its usability.

Read on the interview to Marina Conde and Victor Casado to have more information about the all story.

Download Scracth4Arduino from Citilab Site and give it a try!

 

2 Responses to “Draw Your Sketch – Scratch For ArduinoDraw Your Sketch – Scratch For ArduinoDraw Your Sketch – Scratch For Arduino

  1. tamberg Says:

    Absolutely fantastic! Just got the PicoBoard to program hardware with Scratch. But this is a whole new dimension. Cheers, tamberg

  2. ahdavidson Says:

    Has anyone done a comparison of ModKit vs Scratch for Arduino?

    I realize that they have similar goals but different implementation approaches. I am curious of any pro/con feature analysis that may have been done.