Using a Raspberry Pi, Decrypt_Doctor calculates average energy saving costs by monitoring a solar panel and outputting the data to an e-ink display.
Zarcadeuk is selling Raspberry Pi Zero drop-in kits for original Game Boy DMGs—great for running RetroPie and other retro gaming platforms on original hardware.
Kevin McAleer uses a Pico to operate these 3D printed cyber glasses, complete with a neopixel ring and servo.
Solder Party has released its new RP2040-based BB Q20 keyboard and trackpad, a portable HID small enough to fit in your pocket.
Jamie Munro is using a Raspberry Pi to monitor his pet lizards with a custom web-based GUI and environmental sensors.
Erwin Chin is using a Pi to power this mouse-operated 3D-printed camera setup with pan/tilt support and a web app interface.
Allen’s Lab uses a Raspberry Pi to drive a custom matrix dashboard loaded up with features ranging from phone notifications to Spotify control.
Tod Kurt uses a Raspberry Pi RP2040 to celebrate Star Wars day with this Death Star animation displayed on a round LCD screen.
Freedom Tech is using a Raspberry Pi to measure distance using a webcam and OpenCV — forgoing the use of a distance sensor.
This Raspberry Pi project uses a projector as a mobile display for an Emulation Station rig in a totally portable experience.
These are the best Raspberry Pi projects we’ve come across so far this spring—listing ten of our favorites for the month of May.
DeVayu is using a Raspberry Pi Pico to control an LED matrix at over 70 FPS with a little help from a Zero W module.
Nicholas Sherlock is using a Raspberry Pi to power his lofi hip hop radio streaming project complete with custom 3D printed housing.
With a Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W, developer Airpocket has revived an old Bell & Howell 8mm camera and turned it into a digital camera.
Kutluhan Aktar is using a Raspberry Pi Pico to monitor his Creality CR-6 SE 3D printer for problems and sends warning notifications through Telegram.
Dr2mod has developed an air raid siren monitor using a Raspberry Pi with an e-Ink display showing a map of Ukraine.
Victor Sonck is using a Raspberry Pi to detect pushups as an authentication method for his computer’s lock screen.
Using a Raspberry Pi Zero, Christopher Getschmann has made his own digital camera from scratch capable of supporting multiple M12 lenses.
Using a Raspberry Pi RP2040 microprocessor, Fred Arias has created an interactive KITT replica from Knight Rider.
Thecaptnjim uses a Raspberry Pi to activate inflatable tube guys and play music when it’s time for his students to pack up at the end of class.
Billy O’Sullivan has created a wearable Raspberry Pi Zero 2-based platform that can be used to make and demo projects on the go.
Kevin McAleer has created a Raspberry Pi-powered robot that looks like a bunny rabbit and even hops around.
Dan Aldred aka TeCoEd has recycled components from an old project into this fake Raspberry Pi-powered terminal.
Phil Harlow spices up the classic dartboard using a Raspberry Pi, two Arduinos, and an interactive web interface.
Amish Schulze has spruced up this Galactus cosplay by throwing a Raspberry Pi into the mix just in time for Baltimore Comic-Con.