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Start using our Go Direct sensors with Web VPython—which runs in a browser and requires no software installation. Connect our Go Direct sensors to your Web VPython program via USB or Bluetooth® wireless technology. Our library includes support for Windows®, macOS®, and Chromebooks running a Chrome™ browser.
Check out our guide to get instructions for accessing our Go Direct Library for Web VPython, an introduction to the commands for the library, and access to example programs.
Start using our Go Direct sensors with Python. Our library includes USB or Bluetooth wireless technology support for Windows 10, macOS, and Linux.
Check out our guide to get instructions for installing Python, choosing a code editor, and installing the Go Direct (gdx) library, as well as access to example code.
When your students integrate LabQuest sensors into their Python programs using a LabQuest interface, they combine a powerful data-acquisition device and sensor input with one of the most prevalent coding languages in education today. Our library includes support for Windows 10 and macOS.
Check out our guide to get instructions for installing Python, choosing a code editor, and installing the LabQuest library, as well as access to example code.
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