With a special message from French ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet aboard the ISS, this week saw the
winner announcements for the first European Astro Pi challenge. We were blown away by the projects that came from schools across all the ESA countries, and we look forward to seeing the results of their experiments in space.
We also found ourselves in awe of Allen Pan’s
Zelda-themed home automation system, which allows him to use an ocarina to control various devices in his home.
If you’re interested in the work of the Raspberry Pi Foundation and Code Club, we’re currently looking for a
Regional Coordinator for London and the East of England. Spread the word!
And as always, we’ve filled this week’s Raspberry Pi Weekly with some awesome projects for you to try at home. So sit down, grab a cup of tea and get stuck into it.
See you next Friday,
Plus a special message from space
Code Club Regional Coordinator position available
Join BBC Robot Wars judge Dr. Lucy Rogers for more Pi robot madness
Never run out of beans again
Hey! Hey, listen!
Talk like a pirate, insult like a bard
Build a Pi-powered cigar laptop
Youtubers Hacker House are back with another Pi project
Stick the Zero everywhere
Be the Fett you want to see in the world
Pi Zero embedded into a Moleskine notebook for portable gaming
With a Pi Zero W and a Pimoroni Unicorn pHAT LED matrix
N-O-D-E uses an old iPhone keyboard case for the build
foobarflies' Piano Street Fighter Controllers
Give us your FutureLearn feedback
Build something that matters
The new gaming bonnet that we're eagerly coveting
Can you help Joey and his family?
Join us at Pi Towers, Cambridge
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