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These are some books I've written, projects I've made, and tutorials designed. These are mostly based around Raspberry Pi, Linux or electronics.
These are some of the books I've been involved with.
Some are books I've written and for others I've been the technical reviewer.
Includes some free books as well as some that are published and available to buy as eBook or printed books.
Game written in Python Pygame Zero designed for the Raspberry Pi Picade.
This game is inspired by a game that the Cub Scouts play, but made into a computer game. Can you reach the destination before the time runs out?
Game written in Python Pygame Zero designed for the Raspberry Pi. The game uses object oriented programming. It is controlled using the mouse.
This is based on the classic memory card game. It's a great way for children to practise their memory skills.
The cards are designed around photographs taken in The Lake District in the UK.
Tutorials for using Blender an open source 3D modelling and animation tool.
Includes suggestions for creating 3D models for sprites or 3D printing.
Space Asteroids physical computing game written in Scratch or Python 3, using Pygame Zero and GPIO Zero
The game is a cross between Space Invaders and Asteroids. All the sprites are created from scratch in Blender and programmed to interact with electronic button switches and an LED.
There is both a Scratch version (for Scratch 2) and a Python 3 version.
Graphical application to control an education Robot Arm with the Raspberry Pi.
Uses Pygame to control a Ceebex robot arm.
This is the first Raspberry Pi based project that I have done with my children. This is my son's school project which was opened up as a family project. My son (age 5) made the bee model, the bee hive and the flower and my daughter (age 7) was responsible for the programming.
Kidsafe helps protect members of the family from inappropriate content on the Internet. It can protect all computers in the home, including tablets and games consoles without needing to install additional software on the computers.
wQuiz is a web based quiz engine, which is an ongoing project and is used on some of my websites. The latest release is available from this site, but the latest development code is available from the Google Code, wQuiz page.
There are some interactive circuit demonstrations in the electronics section. These are written using the Processing programming language.
There are two working demonstrations have been created.