issue 5 of Hello World is out, and Astro Pi Mission Space Lab data is in! Check out the Astro Pi Twitter feed for wonderful images of Earth from space, captured by code written by students and run on Raspberry Pis on the International Space Station.
We also discovered
Brian Mix’s beautiful tricorder, and saw the Raspberry Pi community in action in lots of different ways.
At the Red Hat Summit in Boston, Massachusetts, girls from
Red Hat’s CO.LAB spoke and ran workshops about using Raspberry Pis and camera modules for a poetry project, and twelve-year-old Jam organiser Femi Owolade-Coombes gave a keynote. Raspberry Pi’s Ben, Richard and Mark took the CoderDojo experience to AWS Summit in London. And we rounded out the week on the raspberrypi.org blog with Mayank Sinha’s working prototype home security system, dedicated to the Raspberry Pi community for all their help with the project.
Until next week,
Students are processing their results, and the winners will take part in a webinar with ESA astronaut Tim Peake
Celebrating the Year of Engineering, inclusive computing teaching, tech-themed trips, and more
Join our team in Cambridge, UK or Dublin, Ireland
Step-by-step walkthrough from PiMyLifeup
A fully functional work-in-progress, with thanks to the Raspberry Pi community for their support
Minority Report, here we come!
Waters your plant, sends you push notifications
Three circles of LEDs for hours, minutes, and seconds
Using the YOLO (You Only Look Once) model
Water your whole garden with up to 64 stations
Heat your home based on local outside air temperature
Neat projects for feeding and keeping track of your fuzzy friends
Got an older Pi with a broken click-in, click-out SD card holder? This will help
Celebrating the girls of Coolest Projects. Don't forget your tickets for 26 May!
The super-robust server OS comes to Raspberry Pi
How to make a pencil crossbow, and how it's OK when you fail
Simone Giertz's TED talk: "Maybe a toothbrush helmet isn't the answer, but at least you're asking the question."
48% of survey respondents plan to use the Pi in their home
Roundup of projects that put machine learning on our $35 board
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