[Openmcl-devel] AgentCubes: A CCL-based 3D Game Design and Simulation Authoring tool

Glen Foy lisp at clairvaux.org
Sat Mar 2 21:07:01 UTC 2013


An enormously creative project, Alex! 

Is there any way for students to move from drag-n-drop programing to actually writing Lisp code?  If you could do that in a graded and seamless way, we might have new generations of Lisp programmers on our hands …

Congratulation,

-Glen

On Mar 2, 2013, at 3:25 PM, Alexander Repenning <alexander.repenning at Colorado.EDU> wrote:

> Some of you may have been interested in sharing your love for super agile (i.e., Lisp) programming with kids and perhaps got mixed results. You may wan to try the CCL-based AgentCubes, a 3D Creativity Tool, which allows you to build 3D games and simulations. Create 3D shapes, 3D worlds, and program them via drag and drop programming. The drag and drop, btw, turns all into Lisp. Think of it as Visual Lisp if you want.
> 
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GWcb3aG2w0&feature=player_embedded
> 
> Once you have created a 3D game you can export it as HTML5/WebGL and run it in browsers without Java or Flash.
> 
> Here are sample games produced by students. We are running a large study with over 10,000 students to see if they can learn computer science through game design (short answer: yes they can):  http://scalablegamedesign.cs.colorado.edu/arcade/
> 
> Free and commercial versions exist.
> 
> Enjoy,  Alex
> 
> 
> Prof. Alexander Repenning
> 
> University of Colorado
> Computer Science Department
> Boulder, CO 80309-430
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> vCard: http://www.cs.colorado.edu/~ralex/AlexanderRepenning.vcf
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