Maker Brankly has created a ball launcher from scratch using a Raspberry Pi Pico.
Surprise your friends by creating a moving zombie arm that jumps out when Raspberry Pi detects a person.
Claude Schwarz uses liquid metal paste and some firmware hacks to take the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 up to 3 GHz.
We love vintage computers, like this cool Minitel—throwing a Raspberry Pi into the mix just sweetens the deal.
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.
Reddit user StonedEdge has created a replica of the Nintendo Switch Lite featuring the processing power of the Raspberry Pi CM4 module.
A team of bright makers has built an adjustable studio light from a Raspberry Pi Pico and an LED matrix.
Grab your friends—maker Davidforthewynne is taking us to very distant lands with his BMO shaped TV that plays Adventure Time episodes.
A tweet from the OS maintainer suggests Ubuntu-based Pop!_OS will be coming to Raspberry Pi devices.
These are the best Raspberry Pi projects we’ve had the honor of featuring over the past month—just in time for Halloween.
Changing songs on Spotify is as easy as scanning a card, thanks to Leo (aka D00mfish) and his latest Raspberry Pi jukebox project.
Learn how to do penetration testing using SQL Injection attacks on a purposefully-vulnerable Raspberry Pi server.
With the news that two Raspberry Pi 4 are heading to space housed inside custom designed “space grade” aluminum enclosures we looked at the Sense HAT, the board which makes all of this possible.
Scare your friends and neighbors with a creepy mannequin head that follows them around, based on A.I. person detection.