A Raspberry Pi Foam-Firing Spy Camera @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi
Most genuine spy work nowadays is about as interesting as staring at a data sheet. Once upon a time it was as fun as Patrick McGoohan running form a giant white balloon in Portmeirion. Even before that, being a spy was what we imagined it was a little kids: playing with a bunch of ridiculous gadgets. Over at Kids Invent Stuff, they’ve made a classic. Here’s more from Kids Invent Stuff:
We bring kids’ inventions to life and this month we built 9 year old Nathan’s idea for a Foam Firing Spy Camera which you can use to catch baddies! Have a watch to see how we made it!
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