Kano Burner is the simplest way to install Kano OS on an SD card. With just a few mouse clicks, the OS will be downloaded and burned on your card. The project is free and open source, and as of last week, you can earn up to $1000 via Bountysource by contributing to it.
A month has gone past, whooshing away all the festivities, and we're back on again with yet another release of the Kano OS. The Beta 1.3.2 is a much smaller, but no less important update. Although we're not adding any new projects this time, it still brings a few important bug fixes, a variety of UX tweaks, performance and stability improvements.
Last week, we released a new version of Kano OS marked Beta v1.3.1. It comes with many improvements, and apart from the usual bug fixes and user experience tweaks, this release brings an entirely new project to the OS. Exciting! So what exactly is new?
Our office in Whitechapel hosted the London Jam last Saturday. It was a day full of interesting projects and activities to see and try from geeks all over the country. One of the things we had prepared for the Jam was a WiiMote controlled robotic arm using the Raspberry Pi. Many of you asked me how you could do it at home, so this is how I did it.
The fog drifted through the gloomy streets of East London, making them shadier than usual. It hovered above the ground like a pack of ghosts, determined not to let the morning take over. Even the afterlife seemed to be overcrowded in London. It was November of the year of our lord twenty-hundred and fourteen and despite the horrid weather, the software team set out for the fort to scrum.
Has the Kano Kit become too easy for you? Would you like something a bit more difficult? Are you up for a challenge? Well, you might have just arrived at the right place.