World Dot Project, Sept. 15, 2012

Happy International Dot Day!! The World Dot Project is a part of the International Dot Day, inspired by Peter Reynolds' book "The Dot".

You can click one of the markers on the globe to view the dot images created by people at that place. The markers represent these places: The Boston Children's Museum; Hawkesdale P12 College in Victoria, AU; Coatesville School eLearners, Coatesville, New Zealand; Aichi and Tokyo, Japan; SAV School, Bhaktapur, Nepal; Jackson School, Newton, MA, USA; Fraser Woods Montessori School, Newtown, CT, USA; Los Altos School District, CA, USA; Twin Chimneys Elementary School, O'Fallon, MO, USA. More markers will be added as we receive new dots.

You can take a closer look at the dot images with the mouse pointer (telescope-ish shaped). If the dots are moving too fast or too slow, use the up/down arrow key to make them faster/slower.

If you like it, please share your comments in the blog.

This project is a part of

This work has been based on Scratch, developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab. See http://scratch.mit.edu.