Author Archives: Michael

Make music with code using DotNet Core

Curious about making music with code? As a software engineer and music guy, I have enjoyed seeing the connections between music and computers. The first computer programmer, Ada Lovelace predicted that computers will move beyond doing boring math problems into … Continue reading

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Getting Started with PhaserJs and TypeScript

Curious about building 2D games with web skills? In this post, we’ll explore tools and patterns to use PhaserJs and JavaScript to make engaging 2D games. We’ll cover tools to make experiences with our favorite language: TypeScript. Reference links phaser.io … Continue reading

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Easy 3D scanning tools for iOS in 2022

The task of making 3d models for games can feel daunting. In 2022, we have many tools to rapidly creating 3d models using scanning methods. I’m amazed how this robust computer science and computer vision technology has become accessible to … Continue reading

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Quick start for Phaser 3 and TypeScript

As I have time for small project experiments for myself, I decided to explore new developments with Phaser JS. In general, Phaser JS seems like a fun framework to enable novice game makers to build fun 2D games. The javascript … Continue reading

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Happy New Years: Excitement for 2022!

Happy New Year friends! On this beautiful New Year’s day, I wanted to reflect upon some lessons from 2021 and learning opportunities for 2022. In 2022, we will continue to focus on ideas that help students love learning through exploration, … Continue reading

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Block Coding Activities for Your Young Maker

Hello! Hope that you and your family are having a great summer! Like many families, we’ve tried to find fun and constructive ways to engage the kids through the summer while they’re out of school. One of my friends asked … Continue reading

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Make Unity 3D Games To Amaze Your Friends!

Hello makers! Like many in the computer industry, I had the dream of learning how to build video games. When the math class seemed difficult, I found inspiration to move forward since I had strong motivation to learn how to … Continue reading

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Christmas Ornament Ideas Using Origami, 3D printing, and Laser Cutting

Like many other families, we really enjoy creating DIY Christmas ornaments. We collected a few inspirations for ornaments made with 3D printing, laser cutting, and origami. Hope you find something that inspires you! One week to #Christmas! Here are some … Continue reading

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How Mom Sparked a Growth Mindset in Our Families

Hello, family. In my post today, I wanted to reflect upon how our mom has loved and inspired her family through her life. I hope these stories of my mother, Belen Rosario, might offer motivation to other families. At InspiredToEducate.NET, … Continue reading

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Our Experiments To Improve Our Home Schooling Culture

Hello, friends. As our family tries to adapt to the new normal and the COVID pandemic, I wanted to start reflecting on how our family plans to promote a learning culture. Over the years, InspiredToEducate.NET has taken on the mission … Continue reading

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