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Tony Clarke

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VR🤖 VEX CODING CHALLENGES > Planet🌍 Hex🐞 Bug

👀🗣 Planet HEXBUG is an open-ended coding exploration, where your code brings your VR HEXBUG Nano® to life in a rich, virtual world! Beginning coders will have fun exploring the wide world of Planet HEXBUG. Experienced coders can level up their VR Nano and take Planet HEXBUG by storm! 🪐In the Planet HEXBUG activity, you will code a VR Nano trying to survive in a virtual world. As the VR Nano explores, it will need to find food and defeat enemies in order to survive. Use the VR Nano's built in AI technology to help it smell food, sense enemies, and remember its home. 🤖🔰 To get started Go to the seesaw activity and tap on add response. On the first attempt page, tap👉 on the link🔗. 👀📺 Watch the Hex bug 🐞 video. Go down the page an Read(⌐■_■) Why your mission is important! Then you are ready to start the Challenge. Launch : Planet Hex Bug. When you are on the Coding Deck, go to open playground. You may need to click on the playground screen and move to the side of the coding deck. You are know ready to start building your CODE. As the VR Nano explores, it will need to find food and defeat enemies in order to survive. Use the VR Nano's built in AI technology to help it smell food, sense enemies, and remember its home. Push the play button ▶ to see how the code operate. When you have completed your run, take a screenshot or snip your score and post it to your page. Then tap👉 try again🔁. Before you tap the play button▶ examine your code and try adjusting the drivetrain code blocks to improve your results. Add as many extra pages as you like. Try to refine you code each time to improve your score. On pages #2-4 paste your certificates of accomplishments. You could try to include a screen shot of your code on the code deck. Then on page #5 create a digital response showing what you have learnt /researched about Nano Hex Bugs. Look up different designs, or create you own. Explain why your design might be a good interplanetary design. When complete check

6th Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Home Learning, Digital Citizenship, Coding
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This activity can be a one off, or combined with my other Vex IQ coding activities. Each activity has links for Teachers to familiarise themselves with the activity and the Vex coding activity. I have included the links provided by Vex to their Educator pages for more teaching resources and links.

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