For my second milestone, I set up another microSD card, however instead of installing RetroPie I installed Raspbian, the standard setup for the Raspberry Pi. I thought I would have to install Python manually, however Raspbian came installed with multiple IDE’s for Python as well as Pygame, which saved me a lot of trouble. To deal with the small size of the monitor, I installed a program named VNC viewer on my laptop. I then found the IP of my Raspberry Pi, and I was able to mirror the Pi screen onto my laptop. After that, I added some code into an IDE as a test, and I was able to have a bouncing ball animation using a ball image from the internet.