A selection of BBC micro:bit partners were invited to Parliament this week as a Digital Skills Panel, chaired by Rory Cellan-Jones, met to discuss the digital skills shortage in the UK.
We went down on Wednesday to join the exhibit in the upper waiting room, where BBC technology correspondent Rory had a chance to play with our BBC micro:bit controlled crane.
Visitors to the Houses of Parliament as well as MPs were able to get their hand on the BBC micro:bit, and have a first hand look at some of the projects that have been developed so far, including our popular crane built using the Motor Driver Board for the BBC micro:bit
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