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The team says their software platform will support coding in Java Script, Python, Lua, HTML/CSS and PHP.
While the device will be bundled with step-by-step tutorials to “show the basics” — from coding Snake, to making LEDs flash, to, they claim, “programing smart devices”. For now Pip remains a prototype — and the Glasgow, UK based startup still needs to reach its £30k funding goal on Kickstarter, though it’s already around half way there after a few days running the campaign.
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A second strand to their concept will invite budding hardware hackers to get plugging and playing via a connector on the console that can be used with a maker expansion pack that contains a breadboard attachment for tinkering and learning about electronics.
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Many of the games require no downloading or installing and can be played in the browser just like Flash but using Java while others require a free and safe plugin to be installed.
So we asked Pip’s founders what makes their approach different?
They described “pocket-sized portability” as Pip’s “main USP” — combined with its “integrated touchscreen and friction-free, open-ended programmability”.