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Participants explore computer programming by "coding" one another to build space designs using uniform blocks, such as Keva Planks

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Rover Designs: Coding with Art

Rover Designs: Coding with Art

Participants explore computer programming by "coding" one another to build space designs using uniform blocks, such as Keva Planks