We had a lot of fun and saw some of our backers there. Our interactive demos proved to be a huge hit. Several hundred kids played with Scratch and modified our game in real time. A lot of kids now learn Scratch in elementary school and they could immediately see the benefit of having joysticks and other electronic peripherals to play with in Scratch. I didn’t manage to get a chance to get a good picture with some smiles since we were so busy, but I think you’ll get the idea. If you want to learn more about Scratch, check out our earlier blog post, and also MIT’s Scratch website.
In addition to that we also received a Maker Faire editors choice award!
It’s your last chance to get an RPiSoC!