Free web based coding environment for Raspberry Pi robots. BluPants platform supports Python and block-based visual programming language.
This is my fourth tutorial focusing on Scratch and physical computing.
Scratch is a great tool to teach beginners how to code, program interactive stories, and do Physical Computing!
MIT's Scratch extension to control a wheeled robot written for the Raspberry PI using Windows IoT and the PiFace board.
Drag-and-drop graphical programming portable software for Windows + uploading + supervision.
A journey through the Solar System with Makey Makey and Scratch by 2nd and 3rd grade students.
Block codes love Surilli. Program your Surilli through Snap4Arduino. (An alternate to boring Arduino sketches and C++).
A super-sized version of our popular "Vorpal the Hexapod" project. Twice the size and ten times the fun! Scratch enabled for education.
A system to display vinyl scratches movements on LED strips.
This project will show you how to make your own DIY Boxing Robot.
In this project, you will learn how to make a small DIY turntable, whose speed and direct on can be controlled using evive's slide switch...
This project will show you how to make a DIY smart shopping cart.
This project will show you how to make a DIY Battle Robot Tank.
This project will show you how to make an archery robot.
Beret is an educational project to program the Rainbow HAT on Android Things using a visual language built on Blockly.
Introduce kids to programming and gamedev by providing them with a personal, handheld system to execute games of their own creation.
Our ongoing robotics workshop making learning accessible to all.
Robotics Workshops delivered from 6th August -- 10th August 2018. Summer 2018 Events for 6-16yr old STEM Programme.
Let's "scratch" with PHPoC. Have fun programming a spider robot controller just by dropping some blocks!
This is my 3rd tutorial with a focus on Scratch and Physical Computing using RPi. Here we will explore the new version of Scratch, the 2.0.
This project is for 9 year old students to able to program this robot car. It uses mBlock (Scratch-based) with drag-and-drop programming.
Use a Makey Makey to have your cake react to being cut.