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Sugar is a learning platform that reinvents how computers are used for education. Collaboration, reflection, and discovery are integrated directly into the user interface.
The Read activity allows the XO to act as a book reader. It has a simple interface, and will view many kinds of text and image based book-like materials (PDF, Epub, PS, CBZ, etc). It will have particular strengths in handheld mode, with extremely low power consumption and simple navigation controls.
Teaches Python programming by providing access to Python code samples and a fully interactive Python interpreter. The user can type and execute simple Python expressions. For example, it would be possible for a user to write Python statements to calculate expressions, play sounds, or make simple text animation.
Editor Musical (or Musical Editor) is a musical tool developed by LSI (Laboratorio de Sistemas Integraveis) in python that helps children to learn music and stimulate children's creativity. The python version works in Sugar (the environment of OLPC project).
The Develop Activity is the "Activity for making Activities" for the One Laptop Per Child project. In the spirit of Constructivism, OLPC needs a collaborative, intuitive and simple mechanism for fledgling hackers to write software in the same class the officially supplied activities. It ... [More]
The School Server is one of the products of the OLPC project, designed to complement the XO. It is a Linux-based OS (a Fedora-based distribution) designed to be installed on generic low-end servers.
The main objective of this project is to adapt JClic to the Sugar/OLPC platform, thus mitigating the lack of educational content that is currently for OLPC, making this platform available JClic activities that exist on the Internet. The JClic is a suite of applications created by Francesc Busquets ... [More]
PyRobot is a high-level Python interface, built on pySerial, to iRobot's Roomba and Create. PyRobot is also the name of another Python robotics library formerly known as Pyro. PyRobot was originally created for this instructable for using the Create and an OLPC for telepresence. Since then ... [More]