[Building a People Counter with Raspberry Pi and Ubidots] explores a home-made, very basic people counter, and streams its data to the Ubidots cloud.
[Building a People Counter with Raspberry Pi and Ubidots]: http://blog.ubidots.com/building-a-people-counter-with-raspberry-pi-and-ubidots
What’s better than Legos and Raspberry Pi on their own? Something that makes them work together: [BrickPi](http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2013/05/raspberry-pi-add-on-will-help-you-build-lego-mindstorm-robots/).
I showed my daughter [all the things people are making with Raspberry Pi](http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2012/12/10-raspberry-pi-creations-that-show-how-amazing-the-tiny-pc-can-be/) — she was especially taken with the fact that [Adafruit](http://www.adafruit.com/about/) is run by a girl! “She’s cool,” my daughter said. So, RPi, here we come.
[A professor worked with his son to build a supercomputer out of a collection of Raspberry Pi boards and Legos](http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2012/09/university-builds-cheap-supercomputer-with-raspberry-pi-and-legos/). The kid is six years olds and already programming in [Scratch](). It’s time for me to start with my daughter.