Over at Code.org, we’ve been thinking about how we can introduce 3D to K-12 students. Here’s a prototype that combines Babylon.js with Google’s Blockly (a block-based programming library). It’s designed such that students only need knowledge of x, y, and z planes, and gently introduces more complex topics as students use more blocks.
Feedback and ideas welcome!
@simonguest This is great !!! I will finally be able to show my youngest what I am doing !!!
That’s very cool! I teach high school students at a local college in a “learn to code” program. I’ve been thinking about a syllabus for 3D… You’ve found a nice way to introduce concepts. One of the students left a blockly program running when they left the class last night - playing sounds in a loop!!
wow this is AMAZING! it’s a great skill to learn on these days
This looks INCREDIBLE!!! Seriously SOOO excited about this!
I’d love to talk about opportunities to collaborate with you on this project! Look for PM