Issue #329 - Get physical with computing
It’s been a great week for lovers of robotics! The Digital Making at Home crew showed the young makers in our community how to build a Raspberry Pi robot buggy. And on our live stream, they welcomed software engineer and YouTuber Estefannie, who explained why getting hands-on with digital making so cool.
This week you also trained pigeons, made out-of-this-world cocktails, and learned about Glitch Storms, all with Raspberry Pi.
HackSpace magazine — Issue 34(hackspace.raspberrypi.org) Discover the Feather ecosystem that makes the electronics of your projects simple
Get physical with computing(raspberrypi.org) Use Raspberry Pi and your Python skills to build a robot buggy you can control remotely
Raspberry Pi Off-World Bartender(raspberrypi.org) Three things we like: Blade Runner, robots, and cocktails
Teaching pigeons with Raspberry Pi(raspberrypi.org) Pi & Chips has created a food dispenser including motion-activated camera
Steampunk ‘Help is coming’ Raspberry Pi alert system(raspberrypi.org) This tracking device tells Tom when the family car is on its way with childcare support
Rotary encoders: Raise a Glitch Storm(raspberrypi.org) A Glitch Storm is an explosive torrent of musical rhythms and sound
Why is getting hands-on with digital making so cool?(raspberrypi.org)
Be inspired by our special guests, YouTube maker Estefannie and Coolest Projects creator Edie
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