Google launches 'Project Bloks' toys to teach kids to code

Google just launched a set of toys for kids to learn how to program using physical, connectable objects. It's all powered by a Raspberry Pi. The Brain Board houses a processing unit based off of Raspberry Pi Zero, both controlling and providing power to the rest of the connected units. It can also interact with WiFi and Bluetooth devices. Meanwhile, the ‘Base Boards’ are connective units that let you design instruction flows.

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