In the past few days, I’ve been at the Bett Show in London, together with sCool. It is the penultimate Disney Land for educational geeks like me and my colleagues. I was particularly drawn to the STEAM corner, where -of course- were a tons of new developments on coding and robotics for kids. Talking to … Continue reading Maker Ed vs Code Consumption
Those who know me, know I'm pure chaos. Keeping my day organised and planned is hard enough, I have zero household talent and I can't even maintain a decent morning ritual. So I've been pondering on creating my own paper planner, completely personalised. Tonight, I finally got around to it and created part 1: the daily shenanigans. I … Continue reading Kicking Productivity in the Butt
Good friends deserve personalised gifts. Because they're awesome.
Any self respecting DIY Retro Console needs to be tested. So I decided to go for a classic game of Pokémon Yellow to try it out. Turns out, Pokémon never gets outdated! After I presented the console to my former colleagues (at a spectacular pancake goodbye party), it had to be tested. On a beamer, DUH!
Behold, the 3D printed parts of the case for the Raspberry Pi. Based on the Ice Cream Sandwich Raspberry Pi 2 enclosure by Unreason. Printed with PLA on an Ultimaker 2. https://youtu.be/wH-BCVHX6GI