Happy Friday, one and all, and welcome to this week’s Raspberry Pi Weekly.
This week, we celebrated 1.2 million Raspberry Pi Zeros and Zero Ws shipped worldwide, and we’ve
loved hearing how you’ve been using yours.
We’ve also been learning about your wonderful projects, such as teacher Chris Aviles’s Innovation Lab in New Jersey, where students are
using the Raspberry Pi Oracle Weather Station to tackle the effects of climate change in their town.
To finish the week,
we’re celebrating Coolest Projects UK in London on Saturday. It’s the first time this fantastic showcase of young digital making has come to the UK, and you can follow all the excitement using the #CoolestProjects tag on Twitter.
Have a great week, and we’ll see you next Friday.
Get your own 3D printer for £99
How are you using yours?
Follow #coolestprojects for updates throughout Saturday
Raspberry Pi 4?!
Students vs climate change
AI analyses sounds and builds new ones
Twitch it real good
Don't get up to answer the door
Using a Raspberry Pi and Arduino
The 1980s at their finest
Upscale your old tech
'Always Coca Cola...'
This week's newsletter is so wonderfully retro!
Our two-day digital making festival in Cambridge
Can you help us to translate our resources into other languages?
Check the latest videos from the magazine
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