This week, we saw Astro Pi Izzy tweeting photos she’d taken through the window of the ISS. It’s pretty amazing to think Izzy and Ed are running programs written by schoolchildren. See the photos on Twitter – more to follow!
Next month, the Raspberry Pi Creative Technologists are showcasing their amazing projects at a special exhibition at the Foundation HQ in Cambridge, and you can
apply for tickets through the website.
There are also just two weeks left of the current
Astro Pi Coding Challenges – UK under-18s get your entries in quick!
The Astro Pi project goes where no Pi has gone before
Point-and-click adventure games engine ported to the Pi
A flexible, stylish and neat case for the official Raspberry Pi display
A CentOS 7 image has been released for Raspberry Pi 2 and 3
Western Digital makes a $46, 314GB hard drive just for the Raspberry Pi
Connect VoxCube to a microcontroller to create 3D volumetrics animations
Explore SpaceCRAFT, the primary school winning entry in the Astro Pi competition
Prototype and produce your own Raspberry Pi HAT
Use an open weather data API to find the weather forecast
Turn your old Raspberry Pi into an automatic backup server
Always knows where your dog is with this beacon-powered Sniffur system
Beautiful modern replica of the 1968 PDP-8/I computer
Running Microsoft's open-source Visual Studio Code editor on a Raspberry Pi
Using the Pi Zero as smart USB storage for a digital photo frame
Making a portable power supply for your Raspberry Pi
Vertical growing, irrigation pipes, and a nutrient feeder, controlled by the Pi
NES-style Pi case made of LEGO
Lorna on Code Clubs in South Wales
Guest post from Mythic Beasts on adding Raspberry Pis to their data centre
NASA's Pi-powered Cubesats
Pictures and projects from Make at the Pi party
Using CentOS on Raspberry Pi 2 to secure your home network
Adafruit cover the $5 Pi Zero
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