Lesson 1, Topic 1
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Drawing the Bounding Box

Follow the steps below for drawing the bounding box:

  1. Add a when I start as a clone block into the scripting area from the Control palette.
  2. Snap a set size to ()% block below the when I start as a clone block.
  3. Add a recognized () () () block as the input of the set size to ()% block. Change the type to object and option to width. Next, add the Object variable as the input of the object number.
    Object Location 4
  4. Next, add a set x to () block and a set y to () block and repeat step 3 for both the blocks as shown below:
    Object Location 6
  5. Snap a show block from the Looks palette.
  6. Add a say () block below the show block.
  7. Add two join () () blocks.
  8. Display the object name and object confidence using the say block as shown below.

Object Location 7

Your project is complete! Click the green flag to run the script.

Identify Location of the Object

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Explore: Add other backdrops from the internet and try to identify objects.


Before you move on to the next lesson, a small assignment awaits you!

You must upload the PictoBlox program you wrote in this activity to the website. 

Submitting the assignment is a must in order to receive the certificate after completing the course.

Follow the steps below to upload your assignment:

  1. Click Choose File.
  2. Select the image from the pop-up window that opens up.
  3. Once the image is selected, click Upload Assignment.
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The file type allowed is SB3, generated from the PictoBlox program. The maximum file size allowed is 15 MB.

Good luck!

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