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10 Trends You Need to Know from Google I/O 2018

What’s Google I/O? Google I/O is an annual software developer-focused conference which features a keynote on the latest updates and announcements by Google. The conference also hosts in-depth sessions focused on building web, mobile, and enterprise applications with Google and open web technologies such as Android, machine learning, TensorFlow, Chrome, Chrome OS, Google APIs, Google

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6 Resources To Build Cool Minecraft Mods with Python

Looking for a fun way to explore learning to code with your students or children? Consider exploring writing Minecraft mods using Python. In our house, we continue to enjoy building(destroying) together as a family in shared Minecraft worlds. I appreciate that Minecraft helps the kids exercise their thinking about working in 3D. The python language

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Detecting Motion using Python, SimpleCV and a Raspberry Pi

My wife and kids enjoy bird watching. In our dining room, we attached a bird feeder to a window in the room. My wife asked if I could hack together a way to snap pictures of birds that visit the bird feeder. After doing some good searches, I realized that SimpleCV has some easy capabilities

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5 Fun BBC Microbit Project Lessons

As I have reflected on various physical computing activities we tried with our kids, I started reviewing a novel microcontroller from our friends at the BBC, the micro:bit.   In addition to the BBC bringing us awesome stories like Dr. Who, this organization has invested their resources to help students connect to creative computing tools for young

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Connecting Community Service to Makerspaces and Developer Communities

In November 2017, I had the honor of speaking at DevFest Florida, a community organized developer conference focusing on Google technology. I had an amazing time at this conference. You can check out my reflections on this experience at GDGCentralFlorida.org. Readers of InspiredToEducate.NET know that we’re passionate about helping students to love learning through making,

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10 AFrame.IO Resources For Your WebVR Project

I’m a big fan of the work of the AFrame.IO community.  Thank you to Mozilla, Diego Marcos, Kevin Ngo, and Don McCurdy for their influence and effort to build a fun and productive platform for building WebVR experiences.   For some of my amigos from DevFestFlorida 2017, I’ve collected a few Github repositories and resources to

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Good Times at Orlando Maker Faire 2017

Really enjoyed touring Makerfaire Orlando this year. Thank you to all the organizers, volunteers, and maker spaces who made the event possible. I know it takes so much effort to organize and coordinate an inspiring event like this. I hope to unpack a few more stories from MakerFaire in future blog posts. I know that

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Central Florida Google Developer Group @ Orlando Maker Faire – Orlando 21

Hey, Orlando Google Developers! Central Florida Google Developer Group wants to invite you for a fun road trip to Orlando Maker Faire on Oct 21st! Maker Faire is a gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. From engineers to artists to scientists to crafters, Maker Faire

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Bot Draw : Logo like framework for building VR experiences

Welcome to Bot Draw!(aka Project Dark Bat) Looking for a fun way to practice your JavaScript skills and build cool VR experiences? InspiredToEducate.NET designed this code sample to enable you to play with very simple ideas in JavaScript. This sample uses a JavaScript framework called AFrame to build 3D content in your browser or mobile

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Maker uses Arduino to enable his Wife To Hear Again

During our last Arduino meetup at SparkMacon makerspace, I had the pleasure of witnessing a most moving talk.  In organizing this conversation, we wanted to discuss why tinkering and engineering with Arduino matters.  It’s helpful to remember that the makers movement  is important because it creates new opportunities to serve and change lives with more

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