This is an informational product video for a prototype from Mike’s Interactive called “The Programming Art Exhibit”.
The Programming Art Exhibit
The Turtle Kiosk is teaching kids to program a computer without any knowledge of reading, writing, or math! It uses large pictorial blocks with simple dials as input for a spirograph-like drawing program. The blocks are the programming “function” and the knob position is the programming “parameter”. All the electronics are housed safely inside the case, and the blocks are made of wood with a steel ball bearing shaft for durability. The blocks contain no potentiometers, no batteries, and nothing to break! View the video for more a complete demonstration and feel free to contact Mike’s Interactives for more information.