So this week we went with the Sanitiser – another Remix shared as “COVID-19 Remix” – we had some fun with the Sounds. Use the Sanitiser to kill all the viruses.
Looks like I forgot to mention about the last class, where we added some machine learning to the stick balancer. The video for that class is here. This week, we looked at a variant of the popular game, 2048, and wrote a script that plays it for us, using a simple strategy that tends to […]
We started working on a project to learn how to balance a stick. The furthest we got was using the matter.js library to create a little robot that lets a stick fall over and then drives off the edge of the “world” while dragging it. We then ended up spending an hour talking about how […]
Some screencasts of week 1 – Basketball Coding Introduction to VexCode VR How to get started video using a browser Basketball Level 1 solution A possible solution to the Basketball Level 1 challange Basketball Level 2 Solution A possible solution to the Bssketball Level 2 activity Basketball Level 3 Solution A possible solution to the […]
This week, we looked at some simple examples of insecure code and walked through why the code is insecure, how to exploit it (hacking it), and then how to make it more secure. Watch the video here to follow along: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJxCirWsURc
In Week 2 we looked at using a maze generation algorithm. This is shared on Scratch as Week2_Maze. We could do a lot more on this. For more ideas see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maze_generation_algorithm.
In Week 1 we used the clone function to create Cat Sprites which moved around randomly. We used the follow mouse function on the main character Sprite – if you get too close the Cat will let you know and if you stay too close you will infect the Cat and it will turn green! […]