AkaDako is an expansion board that allows Grove's sensors and actuators to be controlled with Scratch by simply connecting a USB cable.
What is AkaDako？
Works with Scratch
AkaDako works with the free and open source Scratch software. Many children and adults are familiar with Scratch and AdaDako allows to easily experience physical computing, experiment with sensors and discover AI.
*Xcratch ( a modified version of Scratch) is used.
No app installation required
AkaDako uses the Xscratch software in the browser, no app required.
No batteries required
AkaDako is powered from a USB connection, no batteries required. No need to charge the devices or use batteries.
No Bluetooth pairing
AkaDako uses a USB connection and there is no need for Bluetooth pairing. Multiple people can use AkaDako with pairing issues.
No program download required
The program you created in Xcratch runs instantly without downloading, just click on the green flag.