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Topic: Arduino Sprite for Ardublocks? (Read 122 times) previous topic - next topic

drew345

Jun 18, 2016, 01:50 pm Last Edit: Jun 18, 2016, 02:31 pm by drew345
I have been working with ArduBlock in education for a while and still think it is the best thing out there for a graphical interface. The new CodeBricks for Arduino (cb4arduino) also looks very promising.
I would love to put a sprite of an Arduino in either one of these and be able to run in a simulation mode. Any idea how I would even get started on a project like that???

I have looked at s4a which does have a sprite of the arduino, but find it to be very unreliable, and cumbersome compared to ardublocks.

Any pointers on how to get started in making a sprite  or silimar graphical representation of the Arduino and controlling it in a simulation mode from Ardublocks would be appreciated!
Andrew

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