A gorgeous render shows what a Raspberry Pi VR headset would've looked like in the 1990s
Scratch built, this Raspberry Pi Pico powered Die Hard prop looks good enough to protect the Nakatomi Corporation's millions
From which model to buy to how to get started, we’ve got the advice, tutorials and background info you need to make the most of Raspberry Pi.
In a recent episode of Tom's Hardware: The Pi Cast, Raspberry Pi CEO talks about a huge supply of RP2040 and the possibility of the first store outside the UK
Zatagado enhances your run-of-the-mill holiday decoration with a Raspberry Pi twist using a custom web server.
Sean Hodgins is using a Raspberry Pi to power his super fast-spinning holographic Christmas tree project.
Running Doom on smaller and less powerful hardware is a challenge that only few makers will achieve. This project does just that while hanging from our Christmas tree.
Bobricius is using a Raspberry Pi Pico to power his custom doomsday PCB, aka the Armachat Touch Picomputer.
Kian Ryan is using a Raspberry Pi to power his Psion Sidecar that acts as a terminal and PPP modem for the 90s PDA.
Abdullah Yıldırım, also known as Ronin, is using a Raspberry Pi Pico to test his custom LoRa module for underwater communication.
Maker and developer Omantn is using a Raspberry Pi to drive his wife’s beautiful Christmas village complete with a web app for controlling settings.
Maker Kris has created an ESP8266-powered button that disabled Pi Hole temporarily by sending a command directly to the Raspberry Pi.
Maker Dr David Pride is using a Raspberry Pi to power his Twitter project that cries a tear when users tweet #RIPTwitter.
Averadian has installed a Raspberry Pi inside of his backpack for Linux computing on the go complete with a touchscreen and wireless keyboard.
Dmytro Panin has developed a Pico-powered tracker that logs blackouts and lets you know how long they’ve lasted for.