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Pip - the playful handheld device you program yourself

A project in Glasgow, UK by Curious Chip

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Invent, tinker and make with real code and hardware. Play classics, make them your own or invent something new! For ages 8 to gamer.
Backers: 241
Average Pledge Per Backer: £166

Funded: £40,031 of £30,000
Dates: Nov 14th -> Dec 14th (30 days)
Project By: Curious Chip
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Latest News

Scottish Company Sells £40K of Coding Toy on Kickstarter

January 12th - via: digit.fyi
Glasgow based tech company Curious Chip has raised £40k on crowd-funding website Kickstarter for newly developed hand-held coding toy aimed at getting kids interested in coding. Powered by Raspberry Pi, Pip is intended for ages eight and upwards. (Read More)

Play ALL the classics. Pip works with RetroPie!

December 11th - via: kickstarter.com
We’ve been having fun with Pip with RetroPie. RetroPie allows you to unlock even more play with Pip. You’ll be able to play all your favourite retro games from Nintendo, Sega, PlayStation, MAME, Neo Geo and more! Just pop out the kickstand and... (Read More)

Final week of campaign

December 8th - via: kickstarter.com
A huge thanks to all of our awesome backers. We are overwhelmed with the love and support you have shown for Pip and we can't wait to get one in your hands. We only have a few days of the campaign left, so it would be great if you can share the... (Read More)

You can play with Pip today!

November 30th - via: kickstarter.com
We made something fun so that you can already start playing with Pip! Just head over to our Lights Alive page and get creative with Pip’s pixel art editor.    Then submit what you’ve made to Pip in our office and share it with the world!... (Read More)


November 27th - via: kickstarter.com
We’re very proud to say that we’ve reached our goal on Kickstarter! Thanks so much for backing and sharing! Only with your support have we been able to get this far, we’re super excited to be making Pip!   Projects We Love After our good news... (Read More)

We're so excited to see so much support for Pip!

November 17th - via: kickstarter.com
We are so pleased to see so much love and positive feedback for Pip! People across tech, design, gaming, education and the maker community have shared about Pip. It's exciting to see how Pip is resonating so widely and that everyone shares our... (Read More)

Pip is a retro games console for kids to learn coding

November 16th - via: techcrunch.com
Pip, which is currently raising crowdfunds on Kickstarter, is powered by the Raspberry Pi Compute Module set within a handheld console gaming casing that packs a touchscreen, plus speaker, control buttons, multiple ports and even some colored LEDs. (Read More)

Pip is a do-it-yourself handheld for programming apps and games

November 14th - via: venturebeat.com
Imagine if you could make your own games for the Nintendo 3DS. That’s part of the idea behind Pip, a “playful handheld” based on the Raspberry Pi do-it-yourself computer. You can use it to create and play your own video games. (Read More)

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