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HyperDuino: Mr. Frog and Other Tinkerings
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HyperDuino and HyperStudio, Mr. Frog and 3Doodler
Connecting the physical world with digital media
Amy Szerminska: @szwildcat,
Jaclyn Calder: @jaccalder,
Check out this page for an overview video and examples of what Hyperduino and HyperStudio can do:
BE SURE TO WATCH VIDEOS BELOW
Interactive Makerspaces (there are two videos on this page to watch):
Hyperduino set up tutorials:
Quick Start Guide:
Go to this site to download a copy of Hyperstudio. The program will work for 45 days.
Here is a recording of the Google Hangout with Roger Wagner (creator of Hyperduino) at BIT15 today.
Hyperstudio and Hyperduino Examples from Minds on Media
The Heart and Blood Flow
This is the hyperstudio stack from this project (would LOVE to see someone make a better 3-dimenional heart model to go with it).
Heart and Blood Flow.stack
In this tweet, Donna is showing us playing with a 3Doodler-created map of canada. We've added LED lights throughout it and started creating a stack with participants about the provinces.
is a great way to make 3D objects free-hand (opposed to 3D printing).
We 3D printed the neuron from this
THINGIVERSE user and person
It is designed to have a very thin layer in the cell body. We put an LED in there and hooked it up to the Hyperduoino. Our next steps
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