Pioneers

Submit your make

We’d like you to submit your project by making a YouTube video about what you did, what it was like working on it, what you learnt, what went wrong, what went right… that kind of thing. Don’t worry if you’ve never made a video before: it doesn’t need to be too fancy.

Our video has a few tips and tricks to speed you on your way to filmmaking success:

Pioneers: a video about making a video

We’d like you to make a video for your final submission. Here’s how. For more information about Pioneers, and to register your team, head to http://www.raspberrypi.org/pioneers

Remember:

  • Use your smartphone on its side to record video (i.e. landscape mode rather than portrait)
  • Make sure there’s no background noise when you’re speaking so that the microphone can capture what you’re saying!
  • If you want to show us something, take a step or two towards it to zoom in, rather than using the zoom on your device (as long as it’s safe to do that!)

What we’re looking for

When we watch the videos, we’ll be thinking about the following things:

  • What your idea is. Is it creative and original? Does it fulfil the challenge that we set?
  • The skill you’ve shown in creating your final make. Have you been wasteful in your use of resources?
  • The almighty ‘wow’ factor!

Submit your make for the Pioneers challenge

This is it: mentors, please complete this form for each team on behalf of which you are submitting an entry. Make sure you've considered all the advice above before you hit the button. You'll receive an automated email to confirm that your entry was successfully submitted. Good luck!
  • Please give the name provided when the team was registered.
  • We are asking for mentors' names again because some teams may be working with a different mentor from the person who registered them.
  • First nameAge 
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    Please list all the members of your team. This may have changed since registering for Pioneers, and we want to know whose work the video shows.
  • Please use this space to give us links to any code that you used, or if there's any additional info you want to tell us about your entry