As always an excellent mix of social activity, techy talk and great demos.
Highlights are illustrated below with photos.
Over 1/2 term. Exeter library hosted an event for children that used the raspberry pi camera to make a video of a puppet theatre. The top photo was of a screen displaying the result of this work. It looked pretty good and all achieved with the help of the PI.
Tom Brough recently aquired a doodle bot, which is using an Arduino based system to draw. The picture is of the bot, the holder at the front is for the pen.
A pi set up. This was used by several people through out the event, python programming, and by myself to give a quick demo of scratch.
The chimer, which will be familiar to regular pi jam visitors has now been expanded further.
This is another ones of Tom Broughs projects, Helicopter game, which was also demoed at the Torbay jam. This has now been set up on my pi too, but Tom helped me get bluetooth support up and running.
As mentioned, hopefully see more people at the next event, you never know who will come or what will be demoed, and as a result you could mis out on some real gems of projects.
Next Exeter jam is 22nd March, The next Torbay Jam is 8th March ( please see the previous jams page for a write up of the Torbay Pi jam for Feb.)
See you at the next jam.
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