AR-Maze: A Tangible Programming Tool for Children Based on AR Technology

This paper is published in the 17th ACM Interaction Design and Children Conference (IDC 2018) Author: Qiao Jin, Danli Wang*, Xiaozhou Deng, Nan Zheng, Steve Chiu Programming is an effective way to foster children’s computational thinking. We present AR-Maze, which is a novel tangible programming tool using Augmented Reality (AR) technology for young children. AR-Maze … Read more

TLogic: A tangible programming tool to help children solve problems

This paper is published in the 12th International Conference on E-Learning and Games (Edutainment 2018) Author: Xiaozhou Deng, Danli Wang*, Qiao Jin Tangible user interfaces (TUIs), have being proved useful for children’s programming, which could develop children’s computational thinking. In this paper, we described TLogic, a tangible programming tool for children aged 6-8. The tool … Read more