It’s Easter Monday, a public holiday here in the UK, and Pi Towers is still and silent. Even the continuous flight augering piler on the massive building site next door is, for a time, quiet. So here is the briefest of posts, to share with you a Raspberry Pi cam live-streaming from a blue tit nest in Alan McCullagh ‘s parents’ garden in Kilkenny, Ireland
We were very excited to welcome children’s TV presenter Frankie Vu from CBBC’s Technobabble , a TV show for children dedicated to explaining how technology works in a fun way, to Pi Towers towards the end of 2014 to talk about how computers are often found inside lots of different appliances, toys, and products. In an episode dedicated to Computing , Carrie Anne demonstrates some of our fun projects such as the weather station project and hamster party cam , both of which you can make and build with your students thanks to our free resources
We’ll be talking more later this week about the New Out Of the Box System (NOOBS) which Eben discusses towards the end of this video.