A show by members of the Raspberry Pi community
News and projects
SenseHat now ready to buy (Github repo)
Looks like Skycademy is doing well and having fun
Witty Pi – Alex Eames has done a full review with video
Fish Tank monitor
Bathroom moisture project
Mycroft – Jono Bacon previously of Canonical and now with the X-Prize has done a video to promote it.
We spoke to Michael Horne and Tim Richardson run the annual Pi Wars – a challenge-based robotics competition in which Raspberry Pi-controlled robots are created by teams and then compete in various challenges to earn points and win prizes.
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Witty Pi sounds pretty awesome, and would certainly enable a lot of features for pi-powered home servers.
I’m also interested to see where mycroft goes — that project sounds really interesting and extensible.
Good interview with the Pi Wars people. Sounds like Isaac may be planning something for the U.S.? 😉