I doubt it nicol.

The lego games were basically involved with building lego things on the computer, and this sounds like a way for children to have more advanced programming control over their lego creations by using a customized gui, (graphical user interface).


Not only would the gui need totally rewriting into something accessible, but also the very lego software it interacts with would need to be made accessible too, which would be an even more huge task.

Beware the gRue!

Dark.
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Subject: [Audyssey] FW: [The Teacher List] Enchanting - robotics programming


Hi list
I got this interesting message from another announcement only list I belong
to. Do you guys think that this software can make games?
Is it worthwhile to contact the developers to  ask if  they can  make a
non-graphical version for the visually impaired?
And what is this robotics  programming referred to?



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Subject: [The Teacher List] Enchanting - robotics programming

My pal, Bill Lomax showed me this site that offers software called
Enchanting.  From the site: "Enchanting is an open-source graphical
programming environment for children to program their LEGO Mindstorms NXT
robots (and, in the future, possibly other devices.) Scratch from the MIT
Media Laboratory. Scratch is an excellent tool for empowering children to
program, and familiarity with it will be very valuable for anyone using
Enchanting."
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The URL:  http://enchanting.robotclub.ab.ca/tiki-index.php


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