We had a really great day at Cambridge yesterday at Pi Wars. I must say a really huge thank you to Mike and Tim for organising such a great experience and for everyone who entered a robot, showed a robot, exhibited and generally helped on the day.
The day was full of fun, games and challenges and it was really great to see all the effort and time which had gone into building and programming the robots.
Want to start building simple input-output circuits for your Raspberry Pi but are not sure what components to buy?
This little starter kit contains:
Red, Amber and Green LEDs
The kit has to be assembled by the user (this is a good thing!) and will introduce you into the world of circuit building and programming with the Raspberry Pi.
Associated worksheets can be downloaded from http://camjam.me/edukit
If you would like to buy one head over to the PiHut where they can be picked up for only a fiver (£5 including VAT).
If you need any other reasons to buy this great kit profits from this kit go to support CamJam with their educational and community out-reach work.
This comes very highly recommended by UK Tech Reviews and I will personally be using them next year when I deliver Raspberry Pi training.
Buy them here