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In 2016, the Technology Volunteers leaders designed and built an add on board for Arduino, the ExperiSense - to support a greater range of scientific experiments than was possible using the Picoboard, and also to enable output from Scratch into the physical world. The table below gives the new worksheets for the ExperiSense board. The board has been designed to be fully compatible with the Picoboard and the concepts from the original Sensing Our World worksheets can be used with only slight modifications.

At the 2017 Scratch Conference in Bordeaux, the Technology Volunteers ran a workshop showing the capabilities of this board.

ExperiSense 2017 Worksheets

Ultrasound Bat
Piano Glove
Temple Tiles
Tilt Maze
Reaction Game

ExperiSense 2016 Worksheets

Wind Turbine
Rotation Sensor
Experimenting with Resistance (Thermistor)
Experimenting with Resistance (Electro-Chemistry)
ExperiSense Quick Start Guide
Introduction to ExperiSense

ExperiSensing Our World, Scratch 2017 Bordeaux, workshop presented by:

Matt Earl, University of Warwick
Mayur Dave, University of Warwick
Alex Holmes, University of Warwick
Nadine Reynolds, University of Warwick
Tudor Cismarescu, University of Warwick
Kieran Hall, University of Warwick

Science from Scratch, board and worksheets were developed in 2016 and presented (Presentation here) at Scratch 2016 Scratch@MIT Conference by:

Margaret Low, Principal Teaching Fellow, WMG, University of Warwick,
Stephen Pithouse, Graduate, Electronic Engineering, University of Warwick
Kieran Hall, Computer Science, University of Warwick,
Caspar Collins, Graduate, Physics, University of Warwick,
Matt Earl, Chemistry, University of Warwick
Martin Luk, Graduate, Computer Science, University of Warwick
William Choi, Graduate, PPE, University of Warwick