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Computer Explorer

Useful for K12 computer science and computing curriculum.
Explore the inside of a personal computer, without removing the case.
Computer Explorer lets you see inside a computer and zoom and pan round the parts of a computer.


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How a Computer Works


How a Computer Works is the ultimate guide and reference tool. Packed with stunning simulations and excellent graphics this guide brings the inside of a Windows PC to life. A fascinating and absorbing overview of what's happening inside a computer.
Great for use with computer science and computing curriculum.
Learn more about how a computer works.
Includes comprehensive guides to the main components of a windows based computer.
Explains the technologies that make up a computer. Explains where all the connections on the back go to.
Demonstrates how MIDI works.
Includes clear diagrams of the main computer parts and descriptions of how they work.




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Interactive Pi

Interactive Pi simulates the main processes of a working Raspberry Pi.
The app is a great introduction to the inner workings of a Raspberry Pi. Students can see what is going on inside a Raspberry Pi.
The Raspberry Pi main systems are simulated. Interactive Pi is a powerful simulation of the main processes involved in running applications and using hardware on a Raspberry Pi.
Interactive Pi shows the main processes of the GPU in block schematic form.


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Interactive Computer

Interactive Computer simulates the main processes of a working PC.
The app is a great introduction to the inner workings of a computer.
The 3D realistic parts of a computers motherboard, sound card, AGP card, hard disk drive and cd/dvd drive are all simulated.
Students can see what is going on inside a computer. The computers main systems are simulated.
Interactive Computer is a powerful simulation of the main processes involved in running applications and using hardware on a Windows Personal Computer.
Great for use with computer science and computing curriculum.

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Inside the Internet

Inside the Internet describes how the internet works.
Inside the Internet provides descriptions and simulations of the main working parts of the Internet.
With Inside the Internet you have:
22 Programs describing the main parts and services of how the internet works.
1 Simulation program providing a convenient reference to the main simulations of Inside the Internet.
A TLD Map enabling you to trace the route of a domain name.

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Logic Gates & Counters

Logic Gates & Counters is the package for learning about logic gates and digital counters.
Interactive simulations of logic gates and digital counters are included, the pupil can simulate the different logic states of gates.

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TLD Map

TLD Map is an internet traceroute utility that allows pupils to see what happens when they access a web site on the internet. This program lets students see in a visual form what really happens when they surf the net. A website domain visited in a web browser can be read into TLD Map and the domains country code can be plotted onto the map. The sites country (cctld) is extracted to a world map, with the domain names country such as .ca (Canada) .de (Germany) .za (South Africa).

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Visual Disk

Visual Disk simulates the operation of a CD/DVD Rom drive the simulation enables virtual disks to be created. Shows how cds work.

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Visual Hard Drive

Visual Hard Drive simulates the operation of a computer’s hard disk drive and shows how a hard drive works. The virtual drive has a controller board, four magnetic platters and eight read/write heads. Upto 32 bits of data can be written and read from the hard disk drive. The drive simulates data being written and read from the top platter and shows how a hard drive works. Virtual data can be written in a safe environment. Data can be read from the virtual disk and be displayed as binary, bytes and ASCII. Visual Hard Drive has four magnetic platters and eight read/write heads.

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Visual Memory

Visual Memory demonstrates how computer memory works. Visual Memory shows a memory chip in operation. The memory chip has 16 address lines and 8 data lines. The program simulates in 3D the operation of a typical dram memory chip. Each memory location is accessible you can write either to each location.

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Visual RAID

Visual RAID simulates the operation of a servers dual RAID hard disk drives. Each virtual drive has a controller board, four magnetic platters and eight read/write heads. Upto 32 bits of data can be written and read from the RAID drive. The drive simulates data being written and read from the top platter. Virtual data can be written in a safe environment.

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Visual Graphics Memory

Visual Graphics Memory demonstrates a memory chip that stores 8 bit color data. The memory chip has 16 address lines and 8 data lines and shows how computer memory works. The program simulates in 3D the operation of a typical dram graphics memory chip.

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Visual PC

Visual PC is a virtual computer. Visual PC is a brilliant demonstration of the inner works of a personal computer. The virtual reality simulations change in unison with changes on the systems motherboard, this enables a realistic demo of a virtual computer to be achieved. Great for use with computer science and computing curriculum.

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VR Network

For use with computer science and computing curriculum. VR Network simulates the key processes in a typical network environment. The virtual computers simulate two workstations, administrator, server with RAID drives, network switch, modem and printer. This software is great for learning how a network works.

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VR PI

The program is a great introduction to the inner workings of a Raspberry Pi. Students can see what is going on inside a virtual Raspberry Pi. VR PI simulates the main processes of a working virtual Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry Pi main systems are simulated in 3D. The Pi can be zoomed in and viewed from different angles. VR PI is a powerful simulation of the main processes involved in running applications and using hardware on a Raspberry Pi. VR PI shows the main processes of the GPU in block schematic form.

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VR PC

Great for use with computer science and computing curriculum. VR PC is a virtual computer that simulates the main processes of a working PC. The virtual computer program is a great introduction to the inner workings of a computer. The 3D realistic parts of a virtual computers motherboard, sound card, AGP card, hard disk drive and cd/dvd drive are all simulated. Students can see what is going on inside a virtual computer. The computers main systems are simulated.

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VR Server

Computer science software for k12 curriculum. The program is a great introduction to the inner workings of a how a server works. VR Server simulates the main processes of a working Server. The 3D realistic parts of the servers motherboard, 2 X CPU, 2 X RAID hard disk drives, LAN and cd/dvd drive are all simulated. Students can see how a server works. The servers main systems are simulated. The motherboard can be rotated and moved, you can zoom in onto the motherboard to see simulations close up. VR Server is a powerful simulation of the main processes involved in running applications and using hardware on a Windows server, Great for use with computer science and computing curriculum.

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VR CPU

VR CPU is a new program that simulates the operation of a Pentium processor.
A schematic block visualises the processor in 3D.
Shows the main CPU parts.
VR CPU shows how a CPU works. The main functions of the CPU are simulated.
The cpu can be zoomed in and rotated through 360 degrees.

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Database Tutor

Database Tutor is a tutorial with an interactive database designed to introduce the use of a database. Database Tutor can be used with children who have no prior knowledge of databases.


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Computer Builder

Computer Builder lets pupils build a virtual computer and integrate the system
tower into a complete computer system. Great for use with K12 computer science to build a virtual computer.
Shows students how to build a computer.

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Simple Computing

Simple Computing is the package for learning about how to use a computer. Through graphics and animations of the essential computer hardware, pupils will gain a basic understanding of what all the computer peripherals will do.
Simple Computing is the starting point for learning how to use a computer.
Simple Computing includes ten tutorials that explain the function of the parts that go to make up a computer system.

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Interactive Bitmap

Interactive Bitmap simulates the process of setting block pixels on a bitmap.
Interactive Bitmap shows how bitmaps are made and stored.
Useful to demonstrate color palettes, binary color numbers and VRAM.
Shows how bitmaps are created with colors down to binary level.


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Interactive EMail

Students use Interactive Email to demonstrate how email works.
With Interactive Email a message is typed in by the student. The message is then sent to another virtual computer. The student can see the email travel through cabling and servers until it reaches a mail server. The student then retrieves the message from the mail server.
A 3D earth globe that can be rotated and zoomed in on is populated with computers that connect to virtual point of presence (POP) cabling connects these together.


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Interactive Cipher

Interactive Cipher is a useful introduction to the world of encryption and shift ciphers.
Useful to simulate the creation of encrypted messages and how encryption works
Students use Interactive Cipher to demonstrate how encryption works.


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