We’re one week closer to Halloween, and Raspberry Pi Weekly is starting to get a little bit spooky. So grab a pillow to hide behind, and let us take you on a haunted ride past
talking skulls and possessed jack-in-the-boxes.
To help you recover, we’ve also collected some less spooky but no less awesome makes, including a
Braille news reader and The Pi Hut’s 3D Xmas Tree (only available for pre-order until this Sunday).
Have a great week, and we’ll see you next Friday!
Practical measures to increase the proportion of girls in your coding club
Sliding keyboard, larger trackpad, and more
Open-source low-cost dynamic Braille display
The singularity starts here
Order yours by Sunday!
Pennywise would be proud
Mobile, and talking thanks to AlexaPi
Perfect for the current Pioneers challenge!
What's not to love?
It's Pi for lunch!
Alex Ellis' third Pi cluster tutorial
Capacitive touch Pong game
Could you be their next Digital Hero?
Tim Peake shows off the pins for winning Mission Space Lab mentors
The team heads to London, Cambridge, Cornwall, and Ipswich
Starter projects to help everyone get making
Only you can save us!
Our magazine for educators by educators
Find your local Jam to meet other digital making enthusiasts
For anyone who wants to learn new digital and teaching skills
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