On the ScratchX website, you can play with Experimental Extensions to Scratch. Because these extensions are experimental and not enforsed or supported by the Scratch Team, they are available only on the ScratchX site, not the main Scratch site. -- Scratchx.org
mBot is an all-in-one solution for kids to enjoy the hands-on experience about programming, electronics, and robotics. Working with mBlock inspired by Scratch 2.0, you can use Bluetooth or 2.4GHz wireless module to connect with mBot (By different version), this easy-to-assemble mBot provides infinite possibilities for your kid to learn STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics). -- makeblock.cc/mbot
1.Windows (Support Bluetooth, HID Wireless, USB Serial)
2.OSX (Support Bluetooth, HID Wireless, USB Serial)
3.Linux (Support Bluetooth, USB Serial; HID Wireless need to access permission link)
4.ChromeOS (Support Bluetooth)
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Step 1: Prepare
Open your chrome, and install the web app "Makeblock mBot for Scratch X" in the Chrome Webstore.
Step 2: Connect
choose your mbot's connection method, such as usb serial, bluetooth, 2.4G wireless. and click to connect.
Step 3: Programming
Click the button "Open Scratch X" to enter scratchx website.
It will show the default project that it can control the mBot to moving.
Step 4: Examples
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