Pimoroni’s Phil Howard has modified the Raspberry Pi 400 to function as a regular USB keyboard.
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We love vintage computers, like this cool Minitel—throwing a Raspberry Pi into the mix just sweetens the deal.
Reddit user StonedEdge has created a replica of the Nintendo Switch Lite featuring the processing power of the Raspberry Pi CM4 module.
Grab your friends—maker Davidforthewynne is taking us to very distant lands with his BMO shaped TV that plays Adventure Time episodes.
These are the best Raspberry Pi projects we’ve had the honor of featuring over the past month—just in time for Halloween.
Changing songs on Spotify is as easy as scanning a card, thanks to Leo (aka D00mfish) and his latest Raspberry Pi jukebox project.
This ‘Goblet of Fire’ from Harry Potter is Pico-powered and functions as a chip dip bowl for parties.
Maker RandomBrasilian has created a Raspberry Pi-powered set of Christmas lights that change color when you play notes on a digital Piano.
Jaryd Giesen has created a working Game Boy Color costume that's playable thanks to a Raspberry Pi running RetroPie.
If you want to keep an eye on your Google Calendar without opening it, then this E-Ink calendar project by Speedyg0nz is for you.
Maker Eben Kouao has developed a Raspberry Pi-powered delivery robot that is viewable and controllable from live stream.
If you’re a fan of Portal, you’ll appreciate this motion-activated turret project by maker TinkerTurtle, featuring a Raspberry Pi Zero inside.
JamHamster is at it again with this gorgeous all-in-one Raspberry Pi arcade joystick controller project.
Maker Nathan from My Mini Factory has constructed a Raspberry Pi 4 case that looks just like the Borg cube from "Star Trek: The Next Generation."
Maker DevMiser adds a new twist to the class Magic 8 Ball by cramming a Raspberry Pi Zero inside and making it talk.
Maker Caleb Lemoine has built a spooky, Raspberry Pi-powered Jack-O-Lantern that watches people who pass by.
Maker Cearka_larue has created a totally wireless camera capable of streaming to OBS with the help of a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4.
Wermy from Sudomod has created a tiny, Raspberry Pi Zero-powered Game Boy that runs RetroPie and fits in your pocket.
Maker Matthew Gregory added dynamic lighting to his PlayStation 5 with the help of a Raspberry Pi Zero W.
Developer Viet Nguyen has created a Raspberry Pi-powered living picture that activates when motion is detected.
Maker Guyrandy has created a Pico-powered guitar tuner that turns the pegs for you until the string is in tune.
The University of Trento is researching the use of Raspberry Pis to automate pest control for fruit farmers with the help of machine learning.
Maker Llub888 has created a working Geiger counter using a Raspberry Pi Zero that costs around $50 to make.