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Pip - the playful handheld device you program yourself

A project in Glasgow, UK by Curious Chip

Status: Active

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: 173
Average Daily Pledges: £3,309
Average Pledge Per Backer: £153

Funding: £26,469 of £30,000
Dates: Nov 14th -> Dec 14th (30 days)
Project By: Curious Chip
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Latest News

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

November 17th - via:
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:
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)

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