This is a project to create a sports game that can be used for  fitness  by combining Scratch3.0, micro:bit, and exercise equipments.

Thanks to Scratchlink, we can connect the physical world with events in the screen. This project  senses the movement of exercise equipment with micro:bit and reflects it on the movement of  Scratchcat in the screen.
We use cheap exercise equipment, and some have replaced kitchenware.
Sports games can be played on Nintendo game console, but the significance of this project isthat children can experience STEAM + Sports (STEAMS) by creating their own games.
"Nekolympic" is a coined word that combines the Japanese "neko"(cat) and the Olympics.
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<Scratch Codes>
◆100m race
(↓for workshops)
◆Cycle race
◆Arm wresling
Boat race

<Hardware example>
Nekolympic uses inexpensive training equipment and kitchen goods.
Expander(for boat race)
Chopping board(for skate board)
Strap(for 100m race)
Armwresling trainer(for armwrestling)
Fitness bike(for cycle race)
Ladle(for golf)

<Introduced in a magazine "Kodomono Kagaku"(Science for children) August 2019 issue>

<Featured in TV news in August 2019>

<Introduced in a Scratch book written by Prof.Kazuhiro Abe and Prof.Manabu Sugiura>

<Introduced in a TV show>

<Demo at events>
March3 2019 Coder Dojo Moriya

March31 2019 A event for teachers "WATCHA!?Programing"
Skateboard 100m race
Cycle race

May4,5 2019 Maker Faire Kyoto2019
Arm wrestling and Skateboard

May11 2019 Scratch Day in Tokyo

May26 2019 Scratch Day Kashiwa

June9 2019 Scratch Day Shinshuu

August4 2019 Maker Faire Tokyo 2019
micro:bit Asia Pacific manager
Mr.Waris Candra↓

February15,16 2020年 Tsukuba Mini Maker Faire 2020

May2,3 2020 Maker Faire Kyoto 2020(Cancelled due to the COVID-19,we exhibited at analternative online event.)

2020年5月23日 Virtually Maker Faire
July23~25 2020 Scratch Conferance 2020 at MIT
(Postponed due to  the COVID-19)
July21~24 2021 Scratch Conferance 2021 at MIT