Issue #332 - What does Yoda look like photographed through 20,000 straws?
We were so happy to hear from Dominique Laloux again, who we have been in touch with since 2013 when he started to bring computing to students in Togo, West Africa. He’s still going and opened a brand-new Raspberry Pi room in a remote school earlier this year.
Our Digital Making at Home team live-streamed an introduction to HTML coding and some easy Scratch programming this week. They also spoke to special guest Maimuna, who works as a software engineer here at Raspberry Pi!
You’ll notice the blog taking a Halloweeny turn this month, and first up, we learn about an ultra-sonic bat detector. And make sure you check out that camera lens made of thousands of straws — the photos it takes are mesmerising.
Welcome to autumn, everyone!
Raspberry Pi reaches more schools in rural Togo(raspberrypi.org) Nice to see you again, Togo
A new issue of Hello World magazine is out now(helloworld.raspberrypi.org) How to do computing education outdoors
Wireframe #43 is here(wireframe.raspberrypi.org) Lifting the lid on video games
Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera takes photos through thousands of straws(raspberrypi.org) Point, click... drink?
Code a Rally-X-style mini-map | Wireframe #43(raspberrypi.org) Use Python and Pygame Zero to create a Rally-X mini-map
Ultrasonically detect bats with Raspberry Pi(raspberrypi.org) Duck, duck, bat
“Tinkering is an equity issue” | Hello World #14(raspberrypi.org)
Who are you privileging with your pedagogy?
Coding around the world wide web(raspberrypi.org)
Let's learn about the web!
Mentor young people to run science experiments aboard the ISS(raspberrypi.org)
Take part in the European Astro Pi Challenge!
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