Maker and developer Pheux9558 is using a Raspberry Pi to power a custom CNC drawing machine with the help of an Arduino and recycled PC components.
The Raspberry Pi Pico W is mostly found powering maker projects, but in this how-to we use it to build an extremely low power web server.
Dmytro Panin uses a Raspberry Pi Pico to monitor MacBook stats by outputting data to a Pimoroni Pico Display Pack module.
Alperen Akküncü has created a custom PCB that turns the Raspberry Pi Pico into a DAQ 4-channel oscilloscope tool.
Dillon McCardell has created a Raspberry Pi-powered door unlocking mechanism that uses facial recognition to unlock doors automatically.
Telefrag Entertainment has created a custom voice assistant system using Jarvis on a Raspberry Pi with video output to an old Sony TV-511 television.
Rsheldiii (aka Bob) is using a Raspberry Pi to power his custom, 3D-printed TV that plays Twitch streams automatically as soon as they’re live.
Arseny has created a new way to log terminal commands on the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W by printing the interactions in real-time on a thermal receipt printer.
Update This list compiles the best Raspberry Pi projects we’ve had the honor of covering in the past month.
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.
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.
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.