If you were wondering which challenges your students can complete using the computers you have available, here is a chart that lists type of computer vs available challenges.
|FUSE Kit Challenges||iPad||Chromebook||PC or Mac|
|Just Bead It||yes||yes||yes|
|LED Color Lights||yes||yes||yes|
|How to Train Your Robot||yes*||yes||yes|
|Design to Fly||yes|
|Get in the Game||yes|
|DIY Kit Challenges||iPad||Chromebook||PC or Mac|
|Look No Hands||yes||yes||yes|
|Slow Your Roll||yes||yes||yes|
|Digital Only Challenges||iPad||Chromebook||PC or Mac|
|VR Escape Room||yes||yes||yes|
|Dream Home 2||yes||yes|
|Mini Me Animation||yes|
|Video Magic Tricks (Oct. 2020)||yes||yes||yes|
|3D Printing Challenges||iPad||Chromebook||PC or Mac|
|Print my Ride||yes**||yes|
*These challenges are Arduino based. The vast majority of the work can be done in a browser-based coding environment but students would need access to a full Mac or PC with Arduino IDE installed to actually upload the code to an Arduino.
**These challenges involve 3D printing. The 3D design aspect of the challenge can be completed in browser-based modeling applications but the step of preparing the file to be printed would need to be done on a full Mac or PC computer.