Martin O'Hanlon creates a 3D printed soldering jig to save time when soldering up multiple Raspberry Pi Picos
From cases to keyboards, wires and cameras, these products will help you make the most of your Raspberry Pi.
You make it—we love it! These are the best Raspberry Pi projects we've featured over the last month.
Some surprising facts about everyone's favorite single-board computer, in honor of its 9th anniversary.
This maker designed and 3D printed a circuit to use inside of a custom Raspberry Pi Pico-powered mechanical keypad.
OLED displays are a cost effective way to add small text output to a project. They are super small but with a bright and clear display.
A bespoke programmable keyboard based around the RP2040 ‘Pi Silicon’ which aims to save power users time and keystrokes.
Tofu is aimed at the industrial sector, but with onboard NVME, PoE and a full GPIO we can see this being a popular add on for Raspberry Pi fans.
The Raspberry Pi Pico is rapidly becoming the "go-to" board for emulation. This project simulates the classic SNES Mode 7 effect for 3D gaming.
A simple and cost effective entry into animations, games and scrolling text for your Raspberry Pi Pico.
Fill multiple rooms in your home with music perfectly in sync with your Raspberry Pis (and attached speakers).
Fuzix is a Unix-like operating system capable of running on hardware as old as Z80 and 68000 processors.