We have fixed some bugs in Amici 1.0, e.g. the sound block and 7-segments-display-block.
Before you can upload your projects to your Arduino board, you may need to install FTDI-USB drivers on your computer. Please see http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/MacOSX/#toc3 for Mac and http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/Windows#toc4 for Windows instructions.
5 Responses to “Amici_1.0_r”
i just find your project amici and i would like to see if i can compile a linux version.
Can you send me the sources or push it on github or other git or subversion system please?
I volunteer at a local school and just stumbled across Amici.
Students asked me if we could do robotics projects and so I got into Arduino as it seemed affordable.
Even though I do not intend on making wearables at the moment, Amici seems to be ideal. I have tried Ardublock and Minibloq, but Amici is so much easier to understand in my oppinion. Clear structures, sensor wizzard…
The only thing I found confusing is that I can not drag a whole section of blocks or scroll to the side on my small netbook screen.
Will there be an update? Is there a user forum other then the workshop site on which I can’t sign up on?
The german magazine CT Hacks just featured Ardublock and others, they should have featured Eduwearand Amici.
Keep up the great work!
Hi Marcus, thanks very much for your comment. We are happy to hear that you like using the Amici programming environment.
We will consider your suggested improvements, especially the scrolling problem, with the next update.
Unfortunately, we don’t have resources for developing at the moment, but can only do it during leisure time. Therefore, it might take same time until we publish the next update.
thank you for your reply!
No rush, good things take time
Hello, I want to congratulate you for your Amici project, you can send me the source code because I would like to add some blocks.