Imagine a small black box with only a single wire connecting it to the wall power. The Open Wi-Fi signal emanating from it is a free stream of information, to which anyone in the vicinity with a computer, tablet or smartphone, can connect. This is a VS-Pi Server. Village Science is co-developing the VS-Pi server […]
Village Science would like to thank Nor Sanavongsay for his contribution of several children’s books. Nor is a Lao-American designer, illustrator, and writer who makes his home in the Bay Area of California, USA. Xieng Mieng: A Sticky Mess was a project ten years in the making for Nor, who wrote and illustrated the book, […]
In this Q&A, Chief Technologist Nick Wynja takes us under the hood of the Raspberry Pi and explains how Village Science is harnessing this inexpensive computer and shared code to bring educational materials to the developing world.
Exciting news: Village Science just received a monthly grant of $10,000 with Google Ads. To use an official term: we’re stoked – but we need a Google AdWords / SEO savvy volunteer to help us with creating ads, choosing keywords and maximizing this AdWords Grant. Getting the word about Village Science “out there” on the […]