Usually, we try to have something as surprise for our attendees every year. However, for this year’s conference, we have decided to give our attendees something to play with and this needs a little more preparation than a bottle or a beach towel.
Drum roll… crowd screaming… and here it is: we’re please to present the…
EuroPython 2019 PewPew Game Console
The device was created and designed by Radomir Dopieralski, a long time EuroPython regular and enthusiastic Python device and robotics builder.
The PewPew is a simplified game console, programmable with CircuitPython, a variant of MicroPython. It comes with a 64 LED display and a set of small buttons to drive the console.
They are looking for attendees to help Radomir with workshops on the PewPew.
EuroPython 2019 will be in Basel, Switzerland, July 8-14. More details.
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