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Another guest speaker was aerospace engineer Arthur Amarra, who showed off a voice-controlled robotic arm (above) running on Raspberry Pi.
Amarra's device uses the Julius open-source voice-recognition software, coupled with a USB microphone.
"What I love about Raspberry Pi is that it is so accessible to people, especially children," Amarra told the Bristol event.
Image credit: Richard Pitkin/BB Science Park