Course plan for learning how to program Sphero using Tickle app to create a collaborative art piece!
Tutorial introducing programming in Tickle for the iPad, showing how to program a simulation that rolls two dice and counts how many times the sum is 8.
Seamlessly connect to Arduino, Dash & Dot, Star Wars BB-8 Droid, Sphero (SPRK), Ollie, Parrot mini drones Rolling Spider, Airborne Cargo/Night, & Jumping Sumo/Race/Night, and Philips Hue smart lighting systems from your iPad using the latest Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi technologies. Utilize sensors in these devices to have them sense and interact with each other!
Start learning programming the same way as Computer Science courses at Harvard and UC Berkeley. Tickle is used by makers and designers around the world to create custom robots and interactive projects, including Stanford University computer scientists.
Create stunning games and interactive stories using our library of animated characters and sounds. With the ability to program devices to interact with other devices and virtual characters, the possibilities are limitless.
If you've tried Scratch, Blockly, Hopscotch, Tynker, ScratchJr, Kodable, Pyonkee, mBlock, SPRK, or Code.org, now you can go beyond the screen and program the connected future.
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