MIT Yellow Brick
MIT Yellow Brick Logo (MIT-YBL) is an implementation of the Logo
language for the LEGO RCX Brick. MIT Yellow Brick Logo includes:
- An MIT-written replacement for the firmware operating system that
is loaded into the RCX Brick, and
- Software that runs on a Macintosh or Windows 95/98 computer to
implement a text-based Logo interface to the RCX Brick.
MIT Logo Blocks (MIT-LB) is a graphical version of MIT Yellow Brick
Logo. Presently, MIT-LB is only available for the Macintosh.
MIT Yellow Brick Logo and MIT Logo Blocks are intended to be used
by educators in a classroom or workshop format.
It is important that MIT-YBL and MIT-LB be used under the
supervision of those who have a significant background in the use of
the Logo language with children. Therefore, we have established the
following requirements for the use of MIT-YBL and MIT-LB. You must
- Have five (5) years experience using Logo environments with
children. (Examples of Logo environments include: LEGO tc logo, LEGO
Control Lab, LCSI LogoWriter, and LSCI MicroWorlds.)
- Or, participate in a week-long intensive workshop in which MIT-YBL
and MIT-LB are used.
If you do not fit into either of these categories, but believe you
should be qualified to use MIT-YBL and MIT-LB, please contact us at email@example.com.
Please acknowledge the following conditions by which MIT Yellow
Brick Logo and MIT Logo Blocks are made available to you:
- I understand that this software is distributed as part of a
research agreement between the MIT Media Laboratory and LEGO
Dacta. The purpose of this research is to (a) investigate the use of the
Logo language in robotics control applications, and (b) build the
community of educators using Logo in their classrooms.
As part of this research, I agree to provide feedback to MIT and
LEGO Dacta based on my use of this software.
- I verify that I will NOT redistribute this software
under any conditions. If a colleague is interested in obtaining the
software, I will have them contact MIT directly.
- I understand that LEGO Dacta does not provide technical
support in using the MIT software. The MIT software is supported by
MIT and a community of users; it is not presently supported by
I agree with all of the above
conditions; Working in USA
Working outside USA
please take me to the Usage Agreement Page:
Fri Jul 2 13:42:31 1999