Due to unprecedented demand, Cheltenham Science Festival has added another Raspberry Pi Workshop to this year’s line-up of events. The additional workshop will be held on Friday 7th June at St. Andrews Church from 19.30-21.30.
Have you ever wanted to try computer programming? A Raspberry Pi is a computer the size of a credit-card but it can do everything your desktop PC can, and has vast potential. From writing your own games, building robots, taking time-lapse photos to controlling a coffee machine: you will be amazed at what it can do. Explore the fascinating world of computer science with Raspberry Pi engineer and evangelist Rob Bishop and have a go at programming your very own Pi. No previous experience necessary!
IN ADDITION, EVERY HOUSEHOLD THAT BOOKS FOR THIS EVENT WILL RECEIVE A FREE RASPBERRY PI!
As part of the Raspberry Pi series at this year’s Cheltenham Science Festival, Rob Bishop will also be hosting the Raspberry Pi Imaginarium. We want you to bring your own Pi ideas to the table in this ‘show and tell’ panel event, where Rob will give a Q&A session on your potential Pi projects. Even if you’ve never used a Raspberry Pi before, come armed with questions for our panel of experts. Rob will be joined by computer scientist Andrew Robinson and colleagues to explore and be inspired by the great things you can do with a Raspberry Pi.