Google's Project Bloks designed to get kids programming early
Increasing its dedication to early learning through technology, Google has announced Project Bloks, a tool designed to get children started on the path to programming and making cool gadgets.
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Project Bloks consist of three components: Base Boards, Pucks and the Brain Board. Pucks can be used to initialize any number of functions (on, off, turn, go, etc.) and work by connecting to square Base Boards via capacitive sensors. Those two components are given power and connectivity (Wi-Fi and Bluetooth) by hooking up to the larger Brain Board Read more…