On the 29th of February 2012 a credit card sized computer was released to the public… Not only did it kickstart my interests in programming, electronics and all things geeky but it also kindled the same passion in millions of others: affecting people of all different ages and abilities around the globe. What was this miraculous device?
The Raspberry Pi.
An affordable computer that anyone can buy and learn computing with. The Pi enables you to do projects that you could only dream about and for only £25 it is remoulding education.
The Raspberry Pi will turn two years old in the upcoming months – that is two whole years of inspiration, projects and learning. I thought that I would make a video to commemorate this historic landmark, as well as to show everyone, new to this or not, the incredible diversity of the Raspberry Pi! Enjoy 🙂
All of the videos clips and images in this video are either my own or those that I found on YouTube and through Google images – it is all in the public eye already and I am dreadfully sorry if I have missed out something that you would have liked to have seen.
I hope that you enjoy this video and join in with me in order to celebrate all things Pi!
Here’s to all of the years to come! This video took me well over 10 hours to edit so if you could drop a sub then that would be great 😉
The Raspberry Pi Guy
P.S: I would like to say a massive thank you to Penguin Cafe LTD who very kindly gave me permission to use the song Perpetuum Mobile…
Perpetuum Mobile by Simon Jeffes © Editions Penguin Cafe Ltd
Performed by the Penguin Cafe Orchestra
from the album “Concert Program” ℗ 1995 Zopf Ltd