Christmas Raspberry Jam

Christmas Raspberry Jam
Wed 10th December 2014

Latest News

The schedule of presenters has now been fixed as follows:

Gary Searle
Adapting a Big-Trak for Raspberry Pi Control

Jodie Wetherall
The Evolution of Small Board Computers

Darren Smith
Raspberry Pi Control of a Quad-Copter

In addition Medway Makers will be joining us to join in the fun

There will be a Big-Trak Obstacle Course Challenge

The Christmas Decorations are being Displayed and the Refreshments ordered.

Our Special Seasonal Visitor is dusting down his red suit and filling his sack with presents of Raspberry Pi B+ cases (more a puzzle than a case!)

We may even have vintage arcade games running on a Raspberry Pi (but no promises about this)

Robbo the Robothespian has started his journey to this event (he's very slow for a robot!) and is planning to be there on time.

Why not come along!
Tell us you are coming (especially for larger parties) or just turn up on the night. I'm sure we will be able to fit you in.

Pembroke Wardroom
Pembroke Building
University of Greenwich
Medway Campus
Chatham Maritime

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The Christmas Raspberry Jam will be taking place in the Pembroke Wardroom, Pembroke Building of the Medway Campus of the University of Greenwich between 6.00-8.00pm Wed 10th December 2014. There is plenty of parking and refreshments will be available. Robothespian will be in attendance and will be starting off the whole event. Why not come and see this humanoid robot in action!

I am Robothespiasn and I will be attending the Raspberry Jam on 10th Dec'14

Robo Thespian Says Welcome

Everyone and anyone is welcome to attend this event, whether you are an expert or a complete beginner, there will be something for everyone. We will start with some short presentations of Raspberry Pi based projects and then everyone will be free to wander around and talk to the experts or each other. There are no age limits to attending but anyone under 18 should be accompanied by a guardian/parent who is over 18 years old.

The Pi Robots have been working hard to make sure everything is in place. Gathering Raspberry Pi's and getting boxes sorted out.

First the Raspberry Pi is inserted.


Then the top cover goes on.

And then everyone celebrates!

There's always one who wants more of the limelight.

Further details of the event can be found at: