Since launching in 2012 the Raspberry Pi has fundamentally changed the way computer science is taught. More than five million of the credit card-sized computers have been used by schools around the world to teach the principles of computer hardware and circuitry, while encouraging students to build their own electronics.
At the third annual PA Raspberry Pi Competition, held this week at London’s Science Museum, the full potential of the device was put to the test by teams of students challenged to create something that could “make the world a better place”.
Do you want to be a part of this? We have a program called Make Your First Raspberry Pi(e)