I am one of the founders of the Raspberry Pi Community Magazine: The MagPi.
I am keen to help people to become interested and to learn about engineering and all the fantastic things it can offer.
The kits which I design are specifically for this purpose, to allow the Raspberry Pi to be used with simple electronic circuits which in turn are made up of simple parts. The idea is to show that by using very basic building blocks, in hardware and software we can create complex and exciting projects. By using prototype strip-boards, and discrete components, the circuit is there to see and each kit will include a detailed explanation of how the circuit works and the purpose of the given components.
Even the most complicated engineering project, can be broken down into some very simple elements, this is where the engineering comes in, to combine and control these elements to do something useful or interesting!
Questions and Mistakes:
We all make mistakes and I know I do, so if you spot something you think is incorrect or you simply would like to know more detail, then please let me know.
I want to keep improving material on this site, so if something isn’t clear to you then it probably won’t be for someone else, and if something doesn’t work, then I’ve probably missed something!
Any questions or comments then please feel free to contact me directly:
Out of stock?:
If you are after a specific kit, which is not in stock then please register your interest by emailing me at the address below, with your required kit (and any optional extras), and your shipping address. I will then add you to the waiting list, or let you know when the item will be back in stock:
You can get regular updates on the site or just say hi to me on twitter via: