Alberto Piccini. Roberto Sconocchini. LogoIt. Paspal.it Skip over navigation passi per andare lontano Downloads logo_it Education > Logo Site Map | Printable View | © 2010 - 2019 paspalsoft | Powered by mojoPortal | XHTML 1.0 | CSS. MSWLogo. LogoIt - Guida di Paolo Lazzarini. Drape. Guido Van Robot. Guido Van Robot - Corso completo in lingua inglese. KTurtle. KTurtle - Manuale tradotto in italiano da Pino Toscano. Tartalogo Fa Quello Che Comandi Tu! Tartalogo Fa Quello Che Comandi Tu! (2) Cornicetta Frattale.
Cornicetta Frattale (2) Scratch 1.4. Scratch - Creazione di files .exe. Scratch 2.0. Scratch 2.0 Beta. Do I have to download an app to use Scratch? No. You can also use the Scratch project editor in any web browser on any device by going to scratch.mit.edu and clicking "Create". How do I connect the Scratch app to hardware devices? You will need to install and run Scratch Link in order to connect to hardware devices when using Scratch app for Windows. You will also need an internet connection to use Scratch Link. Can I share to the online community from the Scratch app for Windows? Sharing directly to online community from the Scratch app for Windows is not currently supported.
Can I use the Scratch app and also have Scratch open in the browser? Yes. Can I install Scratch on my Android phone? No. When will you have the Scratch app available for Linux? The Scratch app is currently not supported on Linux. Scratch per Linux e Mac. Scratch per Linux e Mac (2) Enchanting. Enchanting Cards in Multiple Languages Enchanting cards are now available in: Thank you, translators, for your hard work! Enchanting v0.2 is out! Jul 9, 2014 - Enchanting v0.2.4.3 is out and now includes an updated Spanish translation. May 6, 2014 - Enchanting v0.2.4.2 is out, and now includes a Czech translation.
It is ready for use by regular people and technical geniuses, alike. While it has some bugs, it is a very exciting release, and it really allow you to do some neat things with your robot. Here is a shorter trailer video if you'd prefer. Demonstrated in the video. Download Enchanting All available downloads (including the source) Please take a moment to review known Bugs And Workarounds, and look at the Frequently Asked Questions.
What is Enchanting? Enchanting is a tool to allow children an easy-to-understand way to program LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT robots. And BYOB/Snap! , and powered by leJOS NXJ (Java for the NXT). For more details, see the About page. Is it any good? Yes! How do I use it? Starlogo. You can still download the unsupported versions of StarLogo TNG from our website. The following are TNG orientation materials and tutorials for beginners: Quick Start Guide: Explore the interface, drag blocks to the canvas, connect them, and execute commands. Orientation Activity: Extends the activities of the Quick Start Guide. Navigate in Spaceland: Navigate and interface with Spaceland, StarLogo’s 3D environment.
Breeds: Create and edit breeds or categories of agents that share the same shape. Spaceland Terrain: Alter Spaceland to create unique environments. Draw: Color and draw on Spaceland Terrain The following are intermediate TNG tutorials: Procedures: Create procedures to use a set of instructions multiple times or to break down a complicated task into discrete parts. Levels: Created and save edited terrains as levels in a game. Epidemic Models: Create extensible models using variables, monitors, line graphs, and sliders.. Import Graphics: Import Shapes and graphics Termites Activity. Starlogo - Descrizione ed esempi di Paolo Lazzarini. Qui trovate una rapida introduzione a StarLogo TNG, un ambiente formidabile sul piano didattico.
La versione utilizzata è la Beta 1, rilasciata nell'ottobre del 2007. Si tratta davvero del LOGO di "prossima generazione" (The Next Generation). Non aspettatevi un manuale d'uso: le indicazioni sull'interfaccia e sui comandi essenziali sono introdotte mentre si realizzano dei semplici progetti.
E' il modo migliore e più concreto per avvicinarsi ad un ambiente di programmazione. Buon divertimento! Come è noto, negli ambienti LOGO è possibile programmare gli spostamenti di una piccola tartaruga che lascia una traccia sullo schermo. Una volta lanciato StarLogo TNG si presentano due finestre. A sinistra troviamo l'area dei blocchetti cioè dei comandi che possiamo utilizzare; le linguette consentono di selezionare i vari tipi di comando. La seconda finestra è il mondo della tartaruga o SpaceLand.
In questo modo avete definito il tipo Mario. Primo blocco: setup dell'ambiente La gestione del tempo. NetLogo. NetLogo is a multi-agent programmable modeling environment. It is used by many tens of thousands of students, teachers and researchers worldwide. It also powers HubNet participatory simulations. It is authored by Uri Wilensky and developed at the CCL. You can download it free of charge. You can also try it online through NetLogo Web. What can you do with NetLogo? Join mailing lists here. Download NetLogo Go to NetLogo Web NetLogo comes with a large library of sample models. NetLogo - Estensioni. NetLogo's extensions facility allows NetLogo's capabilities to be extended from Java, Scala, and other JVM languages.
See the Extensions section of the NetLogo User Manual and the guide to the Extensions API. For other sorts of add-ons and tools for NetLogo, see Resources. The CCL has authored a number of extensions that are bundled with NetLogo. Community members have also authored extensions. We encourage users to write their own extensions and share them. Sharing your extension We strongly encourage authors to share their extensions with the community.
Bundled extensions For descriptions of the extensions bundled with NetLogo, see the Extensions section of the NetLogo User Manual. Other CCL extensions Note: Due to low adoption for some of these extensions, we do not plan to update all of them to work with NetLogo 6. Community extensions Auction by Mike Tamillow @ Unicorn Markets by Christopher Frantz Dist by Nicolas Payette Vector View by Ahmad Esmaeili FactBase by Ruth Meyer Fuzzy Logic by Luis R. NetLogo - Libreria di modelli. If you download NetLogo, all of the models in the models library are included. You may also run the models here, in your browser. Sample Models are the most carefully checked models we have. They are intended to be examples of good coding and documentation practice.
Models marked "unverified" are also complete and functional, but are still in the process of being reviewed for content, accuracy, and quality of code. Curricular Models are associated with curricula developed at the CCL. They may also appear, sometimes in a slightly different form, in Sample Models. For information on the curricula, see the CCL home page. HubNet Activities are for use with our HubNet participatory simulation architecture. "NetLogo User Community Models" are models contributed from the user community to be shared with other NetLogo users.
We encourage users to share your models with the NetLogo user community. You may also wish to send us your models for possible inclusion in the Models Library. Sample Models. NetLogo - Introduzione di Alessandro Pluchino. NetLogo - Introduzione al linguaggio di Alessandro Pluchino. NetLogo - Alessandro Pluchino - Guida alla costruzione di simulazioni. Blockly Games. Blockly Games - Risorse di Ivana Sacchi.
Perhaps it was created with a different version of Blockly? Listtext This level is extremely difficult. Your solution works, but you can do better. Drag and drop blocks onto highlighted spaces to build your project. To see what you’ve made, tap the Play button. If you’re still unsure, check out this working example of the project you’re working on. Restarting will clean your canvas and all your work so far will be undone. Gamefroot. Graphic Track Maker. Turtle Pond. Controls The objective of Turtle Pond is to get the turtle to the Pond. There are four moves: ForwardBackwardLeft Rotation Right Rotation Create a sequence of moves by using the four action buttons.
Once a movement is selected, you will be prompted to enter how many units to move, or how many degrees of rotation to turn. Toolbar There are six toolbar features (left to right, up to down): Erase previous recorded move, or a highlighted move.Erase the entire table.Create a new maze.Turning at right angles vs. ability to turn: 15, 30, 45, 60, 75, or 90 degrees.Create obstacles.Show a grid to help count the units. Play Bar There is also a play bar that will help play the entire sequence of moves (use the slider to adjust the speed, and stop or pause to halt the play).