The versatile $6 Raspberry Pi Pico W is a cost-effective means to gather and transmit data. when used with MQTT, this data can go global.
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.
Connecting the $6 Raspberry Pi Pico W to Twitter is a breeze using IFTTTs free service. In this how-to, we send live sensor data to Twitter using IFTTT and MicroPython.
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.
Maker and developer Jithin is using an Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect to control a custom smart door lock using voice commands with Amazon’s Alexa service.
An alternative to monochrome e-paper badges like the Badger 2040. Tufty 2040 eschews offers 2.4 inch full color IPS, packed into a great form factor.
Michael Darby brings a Terminator Skull prop to life with the help of a Raspberry Pi 4B and a little bit of machine learning.
Brick Experiment Channel is using a Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W to operate a Lego-powered submarine with automated depth control features.
Davide Marchetti has put a Raspberry Pi at the heart of his backpack hacking tool, along with a slew of other goodies.
Cellar Nerd is using a Raspberry Pi to power his James Webb Space Telescope-shaped digital picture frame to showcase images of deep space captured by the telescope.
This Raspberry Pi Pico project, created by Vojtěch Salajka, converts USB mouse input to something the PlayStation 1 can recognize as controller input.
The new UP 4000 board looks very similar to the Raspberry Pi and is ready for pre order with multiple processor options as well as memory upgrades.
Integrate the $6 Raspberry Pi Pico W into a web app with the help of Anvil and a little Python code.
The CrowPi L is a powerful Raspberry Pi-powered laptop STEM Kit for kids that teaches programming and coding through a series of engaging lessons and fun activities.
Dmytro Panin has created a single-key keyboard in the shape of a hazardous-looking big orange button (aka BOB).
SVSEmbedded has created a Pico-powered robot that runs along railway tracks in search of cracks before sending an SMS notification with the GPS location of the detected crack.