If you need to run a script that takes several minutes or gets run again and again, here’s how.
Build an automated bot that captures images of the outdoors and tweets them, along with the weather on a regular basis.
DMX lighting is the standard used in entertainment settings such as in the theatre or by DJs. Using an adapter and the right code, you can control DMX from your Pi.
Using the Zoom API, a light and a Pi, we can make a sign that lights up to tell your home or office mates that you are on call.
Waste no more fog juice and use a Raspberry Pi to activate your fog machine when people are detected.
Surprise your friends by creating a moving zombie arm that jumps out when Raspberry Pi detects a person.
You can host a website that’s available on the Internet from the Raspberry Pi on your desk, all without giving out your actual IP address.
Scare your friends and neighbors with a creepy mannequin head that follows them around, based on A.I. person detection.
Build a satellite powered remote camera that keeps an eye on your property, even it’s way off of the grid.
Using a Raspberry Pi and a camera, you can identify which friend is at your door and have the system announce them by name.
With a Raspberry Pi, you can create an A.I. driven alarm system that turns on sprinklers and sirens when a thief takes your packages.
Use your Raspberry Pi and an Internet connection to play an air horn any time your favorite team scores a goal.
Receive messages from the upside down (or anyone with a web browser) that light up a series of Christmas lights on your wall.
Stop yourself from visiting social media when you should be getting work done by installing a Raspberry Pi-powered DNS server that turns sites on and off with a switch.
Use a Raspberry Pi with image recognition to determine when your cat or dog approaches the door and wants to be let out.
With a Raspberry Pi, a speaker and some wires, you can play a sound any time someone opens or closes a door.