This week we worked with The Raspberry Pi.
I had worked with The Raspberry Pi before as we have one at home, so I understood what it what is. Essentially a transparent box with a motherboard inside. A mini computer if you will.
Once we installed the software, we were presented with a functioning computer. On the coded screen, we typed ‘help’ which gave us a list of functions and their purpose.
We played Minecraft and used scratch coding to make a character walk.
It was fun to use alternative technology to explore interactivity. Something portable could be very beneficial to our exhibition later this year.