Lee from More Fun Making It has built a vintage joystick converter using the $4 Raspberry Pi Pico.
The Future Games Show for 2022, powered by Mana, will showcase around 40 games from leading developers and publishers like Team17 and Thunderful.
Guy Dupont used an RP2040 to power this interactive telephone prop for the Stranger Things Season 4 TV premiere event.
Adafruit confirms over 300 boards officially support CircuitPython in a new blog update with hundreds of libraries available to tinker with.
Using a Raspberry Pi, Decrypt_Doctor calculates average energy saving costs by monitoring a solar panel and outputting the data to an e-ink display.
Zarcadeuk is selling Raspberry Pi Zero drop-in kits for original Game Boy DMGs—great for running RetroPie and other retro gaming platforms on original hardware.
Kevin McAleer uses a Pico to operate these 3D printed cyber glasses, complete with a neopixel ring and servo.
Solder Party has released its new RP2040-based BB Q20 keyboard and trackpad, a portable HID small enough to fit in your pocket.
Jamie Munro is using a Raspberry Pi to monitor his pet lizards with a custom web-based GUI and environmental sensors.
Erwin Chin is using a Pi to power this mouse-operated 3D-printed camera setup with pan/tilt support and a web app interface.
Allen’s Lab uses a Raspberry Pi to drive a custom matrix dashboard loaded up with features ranging from phone notifications to Spotify control.
Tod Kurt uses a Raspberry Pi RP2040 to celebrate Star Wars day with this Death Star animation displayed on a round LCD screen.
Freedom Tech is using a Raspberry Pi to measure distance using a webcam and OpenCV — forgoing the use of a distance sensor.
This Raspberry Pi project uses a projector as a mobile display for an Emulation Station rig in a totally portable experience.
These are the best Raspberry Pi projects we’ve come across so far this spring—listing ten of our favorites for the month of May.
DeVayu is using a Raspberry Pi Pico to control an LED matrix at over 70 FPS with a little help from a Zero W module.
Nicholas Sherlock is using a Raspberry Pi to power his lofi hip hop radio streaming project complete with custom 3D printed housing.
With a Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W, developer Airpocket has revived an old Bell & Howell 8mm camera and turned it into a digital camera.
Kutluhan Aktar is using a Raspberry Pi Pico to monitor his Creality CR-6 SE 3D printer for problems and sends warning notifications through Telegram.
Dr2mod has developed an air raid siren monitor using a Raspberry Pi with an e-Ink display showing a map of Ukraine.
Victor Sonck is using a Raspberry Pi to detect pushups as an authentication method for his computer’s lock screen.
Using a Raspberry Pi Zero, Christopher Getschmann has made his own digital camera from scratch capable of supporting multiple M12 lenses.
Using a Raspberry Pi RP2040 microprocessor, Fred Arias has created an interactive KITT replica from Knight Rider.
Thecaptnjim uses a Raspberry Pi to activate inflatable tube guys and play music when it’s time for his students to pack up at the end of class.
Billy O’Sullivan has created a wearable Raspberry Pi Zero 2-based platform that can be used to make and demo projects on the go.