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.
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.
Core Electronics is using a Raspberry Pi Pico W to operate a garage door with a web server featuring a selection of control options.
Anvil is a web application development toolkit which uses Python to create applications. The Pico W toolkit brings the $6 microcontroller into the Anvil ecosystem.
Makers Kevin McAleer and Sam Machin show us how to control the new Raspberry Pi Pico W over Wi-Fi using MQTT and Node-RED.
Maciej Kobus has developed a Pico-powered modchip for the Nintendo GameCube that lets you play homebrew ROMS on the original console.
The Raspberry Pi Pico W is here along with new projects from makers and developers around the world!
This project is using a Raspberry Pi to create a virtual 3D map of the room it's in using a LiDAR sensor.
David Silverman has restored an old guitar amp using a Raspberry Pi to power the unit and programmed it to provide special effects.
Maker -PJFry- uses a Raspberry Pi Zero to print large, poster-sized images using a thermal receipt printer to create them one piece at a time.
Konrad Beckmann is using a Raspberry Pi Pico to power his custom Nintendo 64 flash cart capable of running original and homebrew ROMs on a Nintendo 64 console.
Maker and developer WallComputer converts the Pololu Arduino Zumo kit into a Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W-powered robot.