Archive for the ‘Scracth’ Category

Scratch extension for Arduino (experimental release)

Monday, May 11th, 2015

arduino-scratch-extension

With the new (experimental) Arduino extension for Scratch, you can create visual programs to control sensors and actuators connected to Arduino boards. Try it on the new ScratchX site.

Scratch allows kids (and everyone) to create their own games, interactive stories, and animations using a visual programming environment. Scratch is made by the Lifelong Kindergarten (LLK) group at the MIT Media Lab. The ScratchX.org site is a place for trying out new, experimental extensions to Scratch — e.g. for connecting to hardware or web services. As a member of both Arduino and LLK, I’m especially excited about this possibility to combine Scratch with Arduino. (more…)

Teach programming logic to kids with Primo – Now on Kickstarter!

Friday, November 22nd, 2013

Primo

Primo is a play-set that uses shapes, colours and spacial awareness to teach programming logic through a tactile, warm and magical learning experience.

We are proud to announce that Primo is on Kickstarter now and it’s an Arduino At Heart product!

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

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

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!

 

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!

 

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

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

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!

 

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!

 

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