Looking for an excuse to keep your head in the skies? This maker is using a Raspberry Pi to track local airplanes in real-time.
A project to fit a complete Linux-based system in a cell phone charger gives an interesting look at DIY computing.
Pimoroni's Pico Wireless connects to the GPIO of a Raspberry Pi Pico and brings WiFi and Bluetooth to the $4 micro-controller.
This maker is using a Raspberry Pi Pico as a bridge for online play using a Game Boy. Multiple players can play Tetris together in real-time.
These makers are kicking off May with some incredible Raspberry Pi projects—control LEDs with your mind and become Kramer from Seinfeld!
The Sense HAT is a remarkable platform for scientific experimentation with your Raspberry Pi. We can also use it as a gesture controller for a classic game.
CircuitPython is not just for microcontrollers, it can also be used to control the GPIO of a Raspberry Pi.
Stop disrupting your Raspberry Pi projects with unexpected power drops using this UPS project from Sourav Gupta at Circuit Digest.
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.
Update OLED displays are a cost effective way to add small text output to a project. They are super small but with a bright and clear display.
Making your Pico project mobile is as easy as plugging in a LiPo battery with Pimoroni's Pico LiPo board.
The latest version of Ubuntu comes with a new display server, recent kernel and enhanced user security