In the following, you can find the main software (open-source) developed by this Research Group in collaboration with our undergraduate students and external people.
This is a language that we created after the Portugol, which allows the students to learn programming in a robotics-based environment/case study. It is a midterm between block languages and high-level programming, such as the one for Arduino. Thus, the student has a smooth experience while transiting through/programming evolves. The current version is still unstable since it has been just released. Our plan is to put it in production by the beginning of next year (2022).
Interactive Geo (2021/01)
This is a web-based project for assisting Geography teachers. The main idea is to make the teaching regional-related. That is, instead of relying on tools such as Google Earth, which is rich but more generic, the professor can provide a navigable webpage with regional geographic data (such as relief, hydrography, and so on).