Twinkly lights are now adorning the streets, and that can only mean one thing: the holiday season is upon us! Here are 12 fun Christmas-themed projects to keep you busy while you’re waiting for Santa to arrive.
We love it when people hack and mod pi-tops in ways we hadn’t even thought about, and this one is a beauty!
‘Tis the season for spooky projects! With the half term break here and Halloween less than a week away, why don’t you roll up your sleeves and get hands-on with some wicked maker projects?
A few decades ago, students conducting space-based science projects sounded like something from the realms of science fiction. But with the falling cost, not to mention size, of hardware, it’s now much more possible.
So long September, you were a blast. To bring the month of mist and mellow fruitfulness to a close, here’s this week’s ‘best of the web’ round-up of articles, posts and content that’s given us food for thought.
It’s no secret that we love maker spaces, and especially the fact that they allow you to get hands-on in an engaging and supportive environment. So when the opportunity to build our own at pi-top HQ in London came up, saying that we were all pretty excited might be an understatement.
In our first ‘15 cool projects you can make with your pi-top‘ blog post, we gave you a list of some of our favourite pi-top projects. However, after starting to put together the list, we realised that we like way more than 15, so here’s part two! 1. Traffic lights View this post on Instagram […]
At pi-top, we believe that learning occurs best when learners work on projects that matter to them, collaborate with their peers, and take their creative skills beyond the screen. For this reason, we have decided to put together a list of some cool projects to showcase what our amazing community has been up to, and […]
Article by Darryl Samuel I’m currently studying for a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) in computer science at King’s College London. I also volunteer at my son’s primary school – St James the Great Primary school in Croydon UK
Here at pi-top we love using Scratch with our physical computing projects so we decided it would be a good idea to share with you one of our favourite projects in honour of Scratch Day on the 12th of May 2018: Quick Reaction Game. When we’re out and about running workshops, we often show students how […]