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Scratch Lowers Resistance to Programming | Gadget Lab from Wired.com
""Our design philosophy is, don't design something for kids that you don't also find engaging and interesting," says Jay Silver, one of the researchers who created Scratch. Silver works in the Media Lab's "Lifelong Kindergarten" group. So it's not surprising that the environment is fun for adults, too. At the Emerging Technology conference here Monday, a roomful of grownups were playing with the program, creating bouncing kitties and a simple golf game."
scratch  mit  lifelongkindergarten  olpc  programming  learning  edg  education  picoboard  etech 
march 2009 by robertogreco
Scratch | Gallery | Sensor Board Projects
"This gallery is for projects that use a sensor board (PicoBoard, formerly called a Scratch Board).
scratch  picoboard  microcontrollers  edg  tcsnmy 
december 2008 by robertogreco
Picasa Web Albums - ltc.workshops - GamePad 7.3.08
"Make your own interactive adventure game and story using Scratch software. Select a theme, write a story, design an environment, create characters, and add puzzles and sound effects. Build your own game controller to play your creation."
scratch  picoboard  edg  microcontrollers  tcsnmy 
december 2008 by robertogreco
Scratch | Project | Sensor Board Simulator
"We just got one of the Scratch Boards (now called PicoBoards), and it's great. But we noticed on the forums that people are still confused about how it works. This project simulates the board fairly well, so you can kinda play around with it. You can actually use it to prototype Scratchboard apps to see how they may work. The variables at the top of the screen are similar to the sensor values the board creates."
scratch  picoboard  microcontrollers  edg  tcsnmy 
december 2008 by robertogreco

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