From the Forums: High School Students Demo Their #RaspberryPi Projects #piday
Thanks to Margaret for sending this in – it’s great to see such a capable and cheap computer like the Raspberry Pi challenging this small group of high school-aged students to troubleshoot problems and to think creatively about solutions.
A group of six 12th graders just did some curriculum tests and we made a video to share what we learned about:
– Adafruit PiTFT 3.5″ Touch Screen
– HDMI integration with renderers such as Open GL. PD2, PD3
– Pi Cobbler with LEDs and bread board.
– Processing 2 vs 3 and Library Compatibilty Issues
– Student projects showcase and more.
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