Bloomberg has recently visited the headquarters of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, and a quick snippet of the visit can be seen in the five minute video embedded below.
Over the last four years the raspberry Pi foundation has gone from start-up to shipping more than 10 million Raspberry Pi mini PCs around the world helping students, makers, developers and hobbyists use the $35 pocket computer to build a wide variety of different applications.
More recently the Raspberry Pi foundation was able to send a couple of Raspberry Pi mini PCs into space to carry out experiments created by students from around the world.
Last month, Bloomberg Business’s Hello World show sent reporter Ashlee Vance to the UK to cover the Raspberry Pi story. We thought you might get as much of a kick out of the final segment as we did: there’s some great insight here into the wider Raspberry Pi community, as well as some great footage from here in Cambridge, where Ashlee does some punting, “which is like canoeing, but dumber and more frustrating,” with Eben and visits Pi Towers.
If you enjoy building Pi projects you might be interested in our comprehensive list of Raspberry Pi displays, HATS and small screens.
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