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Online/Offline Simulator
May 16, 2020
5:30 am
Eric
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Given the recent turn to remote learning, has there been any thought to creating an online simulator?

I’ve bought a set for one class of 34 students that is shared multiple times in a day for 5 sections for a total of 170 students. That worked out great in a physical setting. I don’t believe there is an easy way besides buying 170 robots and giving or mailing each student their own but that won’t be in anyone’s budget next school year.

I understand that may defeat the purpose of having a piece of hardware to manipulate and learn. However, I will have 34 edisons that I can’t use since I can’t provide only 34 the nice experience of programming an edison and exclude others. frown

May 18, 2020
12:20 pm
Adrian Herber
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Hi Eric,

We don’t have an online simulator for Edison at the moment.

We’re aware of the interest in a simulator and our Education team are investigating what is possible.

It’s a shame you aren’t able to send the robots home with students (since you are sharing them between so many students, I appreciate the difficulty this presents). Where that is possible, it is definitely our recommendation, because as you mention, the physicality of manipulating the robot is a part of what makes Edison programming so appealing for students.

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