Shared Geometry Scratch, Arduino and RFID

Teaser: 
Geometry exercises created in scratch that support touch and sound interactions
Presenter: 
Jesús Arbués García del Moral
Co-presenter: 
Joan Gelabert Vich
Summary: 

The project consists of an application of geometry
a) that can be shared by any person or b) suitable for everybody
* whether or not visual impairment and / or low vision. A person with: limited nobility/reduced mobility or mobility problems.
This is a set of exercises created with Scratch, with the help of cards / RF chips built-in physical pieces - to interact by touch and sound with your computer.
Cards / chips RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), can replace the mouse and even keyboard.
Activities, distributed levels, providing knowledge shapes: triangles, polygons, the quadrilaterals, and all the basic forms that can be taught in secondary and high school.
This project is presented in a didactic case with all parts needed to perform the exercises. Part of a major project "Challenges digital solidarity"
(https://sites.google.com/a/xtec.cat/rds/).
Link video: goo.gl/YR1ZZ
Link web: www.sacosta.org/rfid (catalan version) www.sacosta.org/rfid_castellano (spanish version)
This project was awarded first prize in the category "Science, Technology and Values" in the last congress "Science in Action" held at CosmoCaixa Alcobendas (Madrid) in October 2012

Timeslot:

Room: 
Parrot
File reference: 
http://www.scratch2013bcn.org/sites/default/files/webform/peixera.jpg