Unpack, connect and freak out
The Oxocard is a computer with WiFi that you can program via the browser. Discover step by step the fascinating world of programming learn how computers work, how to program pictures, sounds and games. program pictures, sounds and even games.
Programming with blocks
Blockly lets you create programs that animate pixels, make sounds, or respond to motion and keystrokes in record time. or react to movement and keystrokes. You just put a few blocks together and you can you can exchange messages with other cards. Learn how to fetch data from the Internet and incorporate it into your own programs.
Now computing power is coming to the classroom
The Internet of Things is now led by a new super chip, which now also provides computing power and almost unlimited possibilities in the new Oxocard.
Inside the Oxocard is the circuit board with the electronic components. It has similar capabilities to those found in PCs, tablets and smartphones today. The following graphic shows you what the Oxocard has built in and what purposes the parts serve.
Free course materials
We provide more than 20 exciting worksheets, with tasks, additional tasks, information and explanations. In addition, there are numerous ready-made sample programs are also available. In addition, we have developed two workbooks together with hep publisher, which are structured according to Curriculum 21.
ESP32 with 32bit dual core Tensilica chip design, 4MB Flash, Wifi un Bluetooth
Certification of the radio and CPU model
WiFi: Wi-Fi Alliance
Green certification: RoHS/REACH
WiFi-Protocols: 802.11 b/g/n (802.11n bis 150 Mbps)
Bluetooth-Protocols: v4.2 BR/DER and BLE Specifications, Class-1, Class-2 and Class3-Transmitter
LED matrix with 64 very bright, individually addressable RGB LEDs (Neopixel)
Programming with Blockly requires a PC/Mac/Chromebook or tablet with internet connection.
The Oxocard only works with a WiFi network that is not per login screen.
System requirements for other platforms:
You can flash the Oxoacrd directly via USB on the computer. For this you have to install the driver for the serial chip (link). Further instructions can be found in the corresponding GITREPOS (left).
Note: these environments have limited suitability for beginners and, as with all open source projects, are maintained by the community. We cannot provide direct support here.