The Raspberry Pi Foundation has this week announced a new challenge for the Raspberry Pi Pioneers Programme which has been created for all those electronic and computer programmers aged between 11 and 16.
Watch the video below to learn the second challenge that has been set for the intrepid Raspberry Pi Pioneers which is entitled : “Make It Outdoors”.
We’re looking for UK-based teams of between two and five people, aged between 11 and 16, to work together to create something related to the outdoors. We’ve found that in our experience there are three main ways to run a Pioneers team. It’s up to you to decide how you’ll proceed when it comes to your participation in Pioneers. You have until the beginning of July to make something related to the outdoors. As Ana said, the outdoors is pretty big, so here are some ideas:
• You could use a Raspberry Pi to track and look after your pet, or a motion time-lapse camera rig to monitor your school grounds.
• Or how about using an Arduino to photograph bursting bubbles or make a rain-sensing light up umbrella, or building a speedometer for your bike?
• You could charge your phone while walking or while you’re cycling. And if you’re on your bike, why not stay safe at night with a light-up jacket?
• There are some beautiful free satellite images out there, why not use them to create your own landscapes?
For full details jump over to the official Raspberry Pi Foundation website by following the link below.
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