Pithon: Snakes on a Pi

We will be showing a robot snake controlled by a Raspberry Pi, a robot arm (or few) showing how the servos in the tail work like snake muscles, and a heat camera showing how snake vision can help them to home in on their warm-bodied prey. We will also have the chance for people to make some simple paper snakes and even some snake or dragon skin out of paper scales.

I am Nick Young a part-time maker of biologically inspired robots, competitor or judge at PiWars and ex-programmer. Still learning after all these years!

Twitter: @youngincheshire

Leave a Reply