Project of a car racing with a Raspberry Pi monitoring
GARETH MCPHERSON tells us in the Cambridge News web, as a group of students from primary school St Faith's at Cambridge have built a race car that runs on batteries, the Green Goblin. To carry out the monitoring of the performance of the car, they use a Raspberry Pi. This project along with others were presented in a competition among schools in the design, building and racing cars with batteries.
Alison Price, Director of science at the school of Cambridge, dijo: “This project is an incredible experience for the children and I am very happy for the passion that children have for science and engineering. We are very grateful for all the support retrieved, in particular to the experts in software that have inspired the team on your project”.
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