Gobo is a sprite that comes with all installations of Scratch. Gobo was named by Scratch Team member Natalie Rusk. It was drawn by Wing Ngan. On February 14, 2011, the Scratch Team announced that Gobo was the ninth most common sprite used in projects uploaded to the Scratch Website (after buttonPressed). It is unknown how commonly the sprite has been used more recently.
Gobo was named by Scratch Team member Natalie Rusk. According to Natalie, she got the idea from Gobo vegetable, also known as burdock root in English. Gobo was originally named "Blob".
A modified version of Gobo is used as the logo for the Scratch modification Build Your Own Blocks. It has a "tail" depicting the Greek lowercase letter lambda (λ), which, in computer science, is often used as a symbol of functional programming.
- Some of the versions and appearances
The normal Gobo sprite (vector)
The second version of the Gobo sprite (bitmap)
The third version of the Gobo sprite (bitmap)
Gobo in a box with Scratch blocks in the old 500 Error image
Gobo on the front page of the Scratch Website advertising for users to join the site
Gobo when hovered over on the Scratch Website.
In a comment, if a user types _gobo_ it will create an emoji. The emoji appears as an image of Gobo. This image was introduced in Scratch 2.0, alongside _waffle_.
To use this emoji on the Scratch Wiki, see Template:E.
- Gobo is sometimes misidentified as a fish.
- Gobo sometimes has a tail and sometimes does not.
- Gobo was originally going to be the main mascot for Scratch.
- ↑ http://blog.scratch.mit.edu/2012/11/meet-scratch-20-development-team.html[dead link]
- ↑ projects:10001345
- ↑ http://blog.scratch.mit.edu/2011/02/top-10-images-in-scratch.html[dead link]
- ↑ users:natalie/#comments-3492143
- ↑ yt:a- YhpoqHBk
- ↑ projects:60372828
- ↑ post:699158
- ↑ projects:2777405
- ↑ projects:273675374