Twi_Kingyo has created an Ethernet adapter using a Raspberry Pi Pico capable of receiving 10BASE-T input via Ethernet.
Tennis Smith has created a Raspberry Pi-powered doorbell that listens for his to meow before sending a notification text.
Sharing code is how we learn, but we don’t want to share too much. In this how-to, we learn where to safely store our account credentials, and how to work with them.
ThinkLearnDo has created a Raspberry Pi-powered keychain holder that can back up data overnight to a USB thumb drive.
Maurício Pessoa is using a Raspberry Pi Pico W to send alerts through Telegram when his doorbell is triggered.
Maker and developer Pheux9558 is using a Raspberry Pi to power a custom CNC drawing machine with the help of an Arduino and recycled PC components.
The Raspberry Pi Pico W is mostly found powering maker projects, but in this how-to we use it to build an extremely low power web server.
Dmytro Panin uses a Raspberry Pi Pico to monitor MacBook stats by outputting data to a Pimoroni Pico Display Pack module.
Alperen Akküncü has created a custom PCB that turns the Raspberry Pi Pico into a DAQ 4-channel oscilloscope tool.
Dillon McCardell has created a Raspberry Pi-powered door unlocking mechanism that uses facial recognition to unlock doors automatically.
Telefrag Entertainment has created a custom voice assistant system using Jarvis on a Raspberry Pi with video output to an old Sony TV-511 television.
Rsheldiii (aka Bob) is using a Raspberry Pi to power his custom, 3D-printed TV that plays Twitch streams automatically as soon as they’re live.
Arseny has created a new way to log terminal commands on the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W by printing the interactions in real-time on a thermal receipt printer.
Niisse is using a Raspberry Pi 4 B to drive his custom, open source MIDI controller and sequencer project complete with a terminal GUI.
Dmytro Panin has created a Pico-powered duck that quacks when its motion sensor is triggered to deter him and his wife from stealing cookies.
Eric Badger is emulating the 8-bit 6502 computer on the Raspberry Pi Pico and demonstrates its ability to run Loderunner.
Developer and woodworker Mw33212 has created another beautiful Pi-powered gaming rig—this time with two round LCD displays in a handmade tridiminished rhombicosidodecahedron-shaped case.
Bill O’Sullivan uses a Raspberry Pi to drive a custom Alien-themed motion tracking handheld that works using ultrasonic sensors.
Rui Alves is using a Raspberry Pi to power his custom airport arrivals and departures board that looks just like the screens found in actual airports.