Learn how to program an Arduino Uno board in PictoBlox, a versatile Scratch-like graphical programming software with enhanced interaction capabilities! In this video, Jennifer will first introduce you to PictoBlox and show you around to give you a virtual hands-on experience of its interface. Then, she will show you how to write a simple script to the LED connected to the Arduino Uno’s digital pin 13.

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Program Arduino Board with PictoBlox

PictoBlox is a graphical programming software based on the latest version of Scratch that makes coding fun and easy. Students can create games and animations, make interactive IoT projects, program robots, and much more. PictoBlox also helps them develop must-have 21st-century skills such as creativity, logical reasoning, and problem-solving.

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PictoBlox – Graphical Programming for Kids | Based on Scratch 3.0

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