Zenva Sky team members

Team 5: Zenva Sky

Team Members: Pablo Farias Navarro

Project Name: Learn to Code in VR—An Immersive Computer Science Adventure

Brisbane, Australia

Suitable for school-age and adult self-learners alike, this application uses virtual reality to teach the fundamentals of abstract computer science in a visual, interactive manner only achievable in VR. As you explore a mysterious alien planet, you will solve challenges that will change the environment around you... in real time. Lessons are mapped to the Australian Curriculum of Digital Technologies.

Resultados de búsqueda: 9

From Zero to the World's First VR Coding Education Experience

While the Ultimate Coder Challenge is ending, this is just the start for Zenva Sky. Process overview inside.

Can a Donut Teach Coding?

What if you could learn the basics of coding in a donut-shaped world that floats in the middle of space? Zenva Sky has a brand-new environment (developed in VR) and a new layout for all the coding challenges we've already developed. Minor performance tweaks were made and results look promising.

A Virtual Playground to Easily Learn Loops and Coding

Understanding loops or iterations is a common roadblock for those learning to code, so we decided to add basic loop support to Zenva Sky in order to make it intuitive for people to utilize loops to solve simple challenges. This expands our palette of commands and allows us to create interesting...

First 6 Coding Challenges Ready

We’ve reached of the second half of the Ultimate Coder Challenge and in this article we'll review the progress we’ve made so far both in terms of prototyping and actual application content (first 6 coding challenges). Another update is the way the activation command works - it now supports elements...

Solving Boolean Puzzles in VR

One of the main premises of Zenva Sky has been how to bring abstract concepts into a virtual experience that’s interactive, engaging, and aimed at both the general public and the education sector. Our progress this week consisted in the inclusion of logic switches and boolean gates (AND, OR and XOR...

Code Your Own Mech in Virtual Reality

How to use a robotic vehicle to help kids learn how to program in VR.

Creating an Interactive VR Environment to Learn Coding

Update to the project - making it more interactive and showing how VR aids in the learning of Computer Science.

Prototyping Zenva* Sky - Learn Coding in VR

First Steps Into Developing the World's First Vr App to Teach Coding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VBSBd2BFXs How VR Can Help Teach Computer Science

Virtual reality is not needed to teach computer science. We’ve already developed successful...

Who Will be the Next Ultimate Coder for Commercial VR?

Follow the action as eight intel® software innovator teams compete to create the $10,000 prizewinning VR application

Editor’s note

The Ultimate Coder Challenge IV: VR co-sponsored by Intel and Microsoft is now...

Team Challenge Journals

Team 1: Eastern Indigos

Learning Organic Chemistry the VR Way

This team is building a VR experience to make organic chemistry visually appealing.

Team 2: CheikDinga

CheikDinga: Dream It, See It, Own It

Team 2 works to improve this fully immersive VR game for car dealers that attracts customers by providing innovative ways to customize car purchases.

Team 3: Flying Turtles

TraIND40: Advanced Virtual and Mixed Reality Training Experience for Industry 4.0

This team is using VR to improve industrial training to place the trainee and instructor in the same environment, which accelerates learning.

Team 4: The Crop Dusters

A Self-Propelled Sprayer VR Simulator for Agriculture Safety

This team will build a virtual reality driving simulator to improve the safety of self-propelled sprayers.

Team 5: Zenva Sky

Learn to Code in VR: An Immersive Computer Science Adventure

This team is focused on the Zenva Sky application, which teaches the fundamentals of abstract computer science in a visual, interactive manner only achievable in VR.

Team 6: Vitruvian VR Team

Vitruvian VR 2.0: Wing Suit Simulator

This project joins history, technology, and gaming through virtual reality. Using an electronically controlled mechanism, the Vitruvian VR flight simulator makes the user feel like the Vitruvian Man of Leonardo da Vinci.

Team 7: VRMonkeys

Virtual Investigator

Combining professional training and education, this project has players taking the role of a scientific investigator (CSI) to find crime scene clues, take the evidence to a lab, and analyze the information to identify suspects.

Team 8: Learn 'o' Sys

Using VR to Teach Human Anatomy

This team uses the power of VR, mixed with imagination and creativity, to create an application that educates school-age children about the human body.