So far Pip is in the phase of the Kickstarter campaign, however, that the uprising is already almost certain. The company responsible for the product collected more than half of the funds in just a few days. The mission of the company is to engage children in retro games through a special platform that teaches programming. Curiosity because it is called this platform, is placed on the manufacturer’s website. Pip is not only programming and playing with console electronics, it has a dedicated port that allows practically any experiment with connecting various controllers, including bananas.
But what will make the kids want to learn Pip?
As they say, the developers are convinced they have a console format, and compatibility with the cheapest electronic components available in every electronics store, the Raspberry Pi HAT ecosystem, and that the console uses standard and common programming languages, including a block based system and get started without writing code.