Scratch 3.0 Official Extension for Vernier’s Go Direct Sensors

Extending Scratch 3.0, the visual programming language, to use sensor data from educational science hardware.

Client: Vernier

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Screenshot a browser displaying the Scratch web app demoing Vernier's go direct sensors
We went to Bocoup because of their demonstrated success in the world of Scratch. From design to hand-off they delivered the knowledge, creativity, and technical expertise needed to meet our short-term goals and ultimately, the tools and knowledge we need to continue to grow the project into the future.

Ian Honohan, Software Development Manager, Vernier

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