Issue #362 - In which we remember Star Wars is a thing
When we saw this R2D2-themed retro games console, we were reminded of a whole host of Star Wars maker projects, so we shared them with our favourite people. You’re our favourite people.
We also learnt the difference between a glockenspiel and a xylophone, met a drone masquerading as a NASA Mars helicopter, and read about how to become a Raspberry Pi genius in the new issue of The MagPi Magazine.
If you happen to be a TinyML developer then the good people at arm would really like to hear from you in their survey, and they’re going to share the results, which will be super interesting. Make sure you scroll right on down to the bottom for that.
What. A. Week.
Raspberry Pi R2D2 console (plus tons of other Star Wars projects)(raspberrypi.org) Beep beep boop boop
Raspberry Pi Zero makes a xylophone play itself(raspberrypi.org) Is it a xylophone or a glockenspiel?
Make your bike smart with Raspberry Pi(raspberrypi.org) Lights, tracker, action
‘Epigone drone’ pays homage to NASA’s Mars Helicopter(raspberrypi.org) Earth-bound
Bringing the magic of code to the classroom with The Nerdy Teacher(raspberrypi.org) Meet Nick, Raspberry Pi Certified Educator, TED-Ed Innovative Educator and more!
Inside The MagPi magazine #107(magpi.raspberrypi.org) Become a Raspberry Pi genius
The digital divide: interactions between socioeconomic disadvantage and computing education(raspberrypi.org)
Equal access alone will not stop digital inequality
2021 ML on MCUs and DSPs (tinyML) Developer Survey(surveymonkey.co.uk)
You can opt in to a prize draw at the end for a chance to win a $100 USD Amazon voucher
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