Dear Spiros, Thank you for your email and your interest in the project. The expected outcome of the project is to extend the current DIY robot ( https://github.com/eellak/gsoc2019-diyrobot) that has been extended in 2021 with Node-Red capabilities ( https://github.com/eellak/gsoc2019-diyrobot/tree/dev) to support integration with blockly. You can also download and print the 3d prints of the robot and start assembling it in order to have a working prototype in your hands. Kind regards Iraklis -- Iraklis Varlamis Assoc. Professor Department of Informatics and Telematics Harokopio University of Athens Tel: +302109549405 Fax: +302109549401 Web: http://www.dit.hua.gr/~varlamis/ On Mon, Apr 4, 2022 at 3:49 PM Spiros Mess <spirosmess [ at ] yahoo [ dot ] gr> wrote: > Hi ! > > My name is Spiros Messinis. > > While I was looking at the proposed ideas I found that > > the Development of a DIY robot kit for educators > > matched my skills, as I have experience with python, > > robots and also with teaching! > > > Also I have already started creating my own Google Blockly Blocks > to better understand the project. > > > I already have send an email at the emailing list but I got no responce > > and I am sending you an email also, to further clarify the expected > results > > of the project. > > > I have started writing a proposal and I think I have > > understood the results but I want to know if there is > > something I am missing! > > > Thanks you very much, > Spiros > >
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