This developer created a Raspberry Pi-controlled robotic co-host for streaming games on Twitch.
Nokia's Snake lives again thanks to some clever programming skills and Raspberry Pi's tiny microcontroller.
Adafruit's two new RP2040 boards are shortcuts to building your own USB keyboards, but in typical Adafruit style they pour on the RGB and offer lots of extra features.
This maker, with the help of a motion sensor, has created a Raspberry Pi-powered fridge magnet that automatically plays news clips when it detects a person nearby.
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.
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.
A bespoke programmable keyboard based around the RP2040 ‘Pi Silicon’ which aims to save power users time and keystrokes.
CircuitPython is not just for microcontrollers, it can also be used to control the GPIO of a Raspberry Pi.
Adafruit’s latest RP2040 board is “the middle child” of an excellent range of boards. Luckily it isn’t a problem child.