Half a decade. 12 million Raspberry Pis. On the 28th February 2017, Raspberry Pi will be five years old. As with previous years, I thought that I would make a video to commemorate this historic landmark and to show everyone just what Raspberry Pi is about. The little British computer-that-could – the Raspberry Pi Foundation […]
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In this video you will watch David Waelder and I create four tables from pre-finished Baltic Birch Ply. The tables are intended for use in a kindergarten maker space I have been helping furnish. ———————————————————— Visit us on the web! www.makezine.com Go to a Maker Faire! www.makerfaire.com Subscribe to the Magazine! www.makezine.com/subscribe Twitch.TV: www.twitch.tv/make/profile Follow […]
Liquid-crystal goodness anyone?! That’s right! In today’s tutorial I show you how to wire up and program your very own mini LCD display to your Raspberry Pi! By the end the of this video you will be printing your own messages to your very own screen module and will understand all of the Python code […]
Four years. One leap year. 8 million Raspberry Pis. I was an 11 year old school boy when I first heard about the Raspberry Pi in 2011. It seemed pretty darn cool that I could own a personal computer for under £30. I followed the progress of this little British invention for the next 6 […]
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Kids & technology are a natural match with their inquisitive minds. FIRST robotics is a great forum that teaches kids the skills to understand engineering. Designing mechanical devices, electrical circuits, software and control systems as well as strategy gives student teams a great environment in which to compete. Join Google engineer Alex Danilo as he […]
Take a tour with Sarah Heimlich as she explores the FIRST 2015 regional competition held at Sydney’s Olympic Park. Listen to the kids explain in their own words what it means to be part of a team, part of the future, and creating the future with science. #omgrobots Subscribe to the Google Developers channel at: […]