Presented by:

Gordon Stein

from Vanderbilt University
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At Snap!Con 2021 we demonstrated a platform for students to drive robots with block-based programs in a shared virtual space to reduce costs and enable collaboration no matter the distance between learners. Much of the feedback we received requested that we make it more accessible, adding compatibility with Chromebooks and better integration with the Snap!-based programming interface.

While the earlier version was developed as a separate Unity application, this talk will present a new version developed as a NetsBlox extension, allowing the window into the robots' virtual world to exist within the editor itself and making it easier to share with anyone who wants to use it.

5 min
Main Room
Snap!shot 2021
Lightning Talk