- HOME AUTOMATION
- YOUNG MAKERS (< 18)
- FASHION & WEARABLES
- INTERNET OF THINGS
- KIDS & EDUCATION
- OPEN SOURCE
- RECYCLING & UPCYCLING
- ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY
- MUSIC & SOUND
- ARTISANS & NEW CRAFT
- 3D PRINTING
- FOOD & AGRICULTURE
- WELLNESS & HEALTHCARE
- 3D SCANNING
- CULTURAL HERITAGE
- STEAM PUNK
Thymio programming adventure
Using a tablet and an open source Visual Programming Interface, the player have to solve increasingly complex puzzles by programming the educational robot Thymio, making it interacting with tangible 3D markers that create a virtual world through the tablet.
Throughout the story, the player helps Thymio get back to earth from a parallel fantastic world. The player progresses in the story by fulfilling missions and acquiring programming features.
Combining real and virtual worlds allows interactions that had never been explored before.
Stephane Magnenat, Martin Voelkle, Ramiz Morina, Maria MarÃa Beltran, Christophe Barraud, Amaury Dame, Pablo MÃ¡rquez Neila, Michael Huber, Francesco Mondada, Moti Ben-Ari, Morgane Chevalier
Martin Voelkle: Software craftsman with a M.Sc in Computer Science. Founder of Sampla, a consulting programming company.
Ramiz Morina: Master in Game Art and illustration, his skills range from 2d drawing to 3d modelling, texturing and animation in the context of video games and comics.
Maria MarÃa Beltran: Interaction designer, she specializes in user experiences mixing digital and tangible worlds.
Christophe Barraud: Master in Microengineering with specialization in robotics. CEO of Mobsya and independent writer.
Amaury Dame: PhD in computer vision and autonomous robotics, his research now also focuses on machine learning.
Pablo MÃ¡rquez Neila: Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence specialised in Computer Vision. Currently working as a post-doctoral researcher in CVLab at EPFL.
Michael Huber: With a prolific background in feature films, his stories all share a wit and a magical touch that blur the lines of reality and fantasy.
Francesco Mondada: PhD. Professor at the Robotic Systems Laboratory of EPFL. Author of more than 100 publications in the field of robotics.
Moti Ben-Ari: Professor in the Department of Science Teaching of the Weizmann Institute of Science. He received the ACM/SIGCSE Award for Outstanding Contributions to Computer Science Education.
Morgane Chevalier: Teacher and specialist in multimedia educational engineering. Conducting a PHD thesis about acceptation and usage of robots by teachers.