Just for today, we have a software Star Wars cinema spectacular. Martin O’Hanlon (co-writer of Adventures in Minecraft) has used his knowledge of both the Raspberry Pi and Minecraft Pi Edition to recreate the Death Star sequence as a Minecraft Animation.
In this issue of "Do It Yourself", I will bring a very difficult project, not only in challenge, but also in cost. Creator Les Pounder was able to create a project for a cheap R2-D2 using a Pi Zero board.
Again playing with a Raspberry Pi, how about building a lightsaber saber, but well increased. The project was published in the 42nd issue of MagPi magazine, and is completely free to download, and by joining it the creator Richard Hayler also put a step-by-step on his site.
If there is something that I like to risk doing, it is to build some things, I have already transformed a popcorn's bucket BB-8 into a lamp, for example (I will post pictures later). So I will start a series here, where I show ideas of projects, that if you have the equipment in hand, you can do it, and let's start with the Lightsaber Pen.
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