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Data Slayer is testing out several advanced open-source AI LLM models on a Raspberry Pi 5 and is documenting progress along the way.
Jon Dawson breaks down how to create a HAM transmitter from scratch using a Raspberry Pi Pico and its onboard PIO as an oscillator.
The Hacker Twins, Mark and Jeff, have assembled a tripedal robot that walks on three legs using nine servos.
Chris and Trevor have created an RP2040 mod chip for the GameCube that allows you to play games loaded off an SD card while keeping the original optical drive.
Dmytro has upgraded the Raspberry Pi Pico with a few extra features, and dubs the new creations ProPico.
Aneeshamol is using a Raspberry Pi to monitor for fires and send alert messages automatically when one is detected using AI.
Downing from Downing’s Basement has created an air hockey table from scratch that uses two Raspberry Pi boards to play air hockey and Doom!
An alternative to the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W, the Geniatech XPI-3566-Zero offers more RAM, onboard storage and a faster CPU, so why do I feel like it missed the mark?
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