Projects · August 27, 2020December 10, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Raspberry Pi / single board computers This mini iMac is actually a custom Raspberry Pi 4All you need to make a mini iMac is a Raspberry Pi 4, a 3D-printed case, and some ingenuity. Michael Pick showed us how in his latest video. Projects · August 25, 2020August 24, 2020 by lukealexdavis · programming c-jump: the geekiest board game everDo you like winter sports? Do you like coding? Are you aged 11 or over? Then you’ll love c-jump! Computing, Tech · August 24, 2020January 22, 2022 by lukealexdavis · lists / Microsoft / Microsoft Windows / operating systems / video Happy 25th, Windows 95!I couldn’t remember Windows 95 like the big tech writers could so I compiled a list of their anecdotes for the operating system’s 25th birthday. Black Tech, Blerds · August 23, 2020December 11, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Black people / books / education / lists / people of colour 17 Black STEM books for kidsThis list of 17 non-fiction books school-age children showcase the Black scientists and inventors that have enriched STEM for decades. Tech · August 22, 2020December 8, 2021 by lukealexdavis · cars The 1789: the hypercar that runs on biomethaneVision’s 1789 is a hypercar inspired by Le Mans and it cares about the environment. Tech · August 22, 2020November 7, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Apple / programming / software Forgotten software: HyperCardHyperCard influenced some of today’s most well known programming languages but most people today have never heard of it. Projects · August 20, 2020November 15, 2021 by lukealexdavis · electric skateboards / inventions The ElectrodeckThe Electrodeck is an electric Skateboard Invented by Charlotte Geary, a 13-year-old girl from Bournemouth. Tech · August 20, 2020December 10, 2021 by lukealexdavis · data storage / retro Remember Fluorescent Multilayer Discs?In the early 2000s, a rival to DVDs was presented at COMDEX but they never came to fruition. What happened to Fluorescent Multilayer Discs (FMDs)? Mathematics · August 20, 2020August 20, 2020 by lukealexdavis · probability / UK The Galton board and the Normal distributionSir Francis Galton was a Victorian genius who invented the Galton board with real world applications. Find out how it works here. Black Tech, Blerds · August 18, 2020December 10, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Africa / Black women / programming / UK / women Emmanuella Mayaki: the 10-year-old coding geniusWhat were you doing when you were 10? Emmanuella Mayaki was receiving diplomas and teaching kids in after school clubs. Come meet a coding prodigy. Physics, Science · August 17, 2020December 10, 2021 by lukealexdavis · education Why is Richard Feynman so revered?Richard Feynman is one of the most famous scientists of all time but what made him so loved? Computing, Physics, Science, Tech, The Internet · August 17, 2020December 17, 2021 by lukealexdavis · quantum computing The Quantum InternetComputer scientist and physicist Stephanie Wehner wants to create a new quantum internet, swapping bits for the qubits.Posts navigationPrevious 1 … 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NextAboutLOGiCFACE is a STEM blog, focused on Black people and people of colour in the community. We also look at the lighter side of STEM, past and present, with a few memes thrown in for good measure.If you’d like to know more, check out our About page or email us at info at logicface.co.uk.We face the future in colour.Affiliate linksLOGiCFACE participates in the following affiliate programs:Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program that allows the site to earn commission by linking to Amazon.co.uk and affiliated sites.Bookshop Affiliate Programme, an affiliate programme which pays a 10% commission on every sale, and gives a matching 10% to independent bookshops.