Zarcadeuk is at it again with his Mame Boy Advance SP project—a specially-made kit that supports the Raspberry Pi Zero and Zero 2.
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OkuboHeavyindustries is using a QtPy board to track satellites in real-time as they pass by overhead.
Matt from Viam Robotics has upgraded an old 1980s Omnibot with a Raspberry Pi to give it new modern features.
N4MI0 is using a Raspberry Pi to power a Pepper’s Ghost effect betta fish project that looks like a fish in a bowl.
With models starting from $9, Milk-V is offering an enticing trio of Raspberry Pi alternatives — all of which are powered by a RISC-V CPU
This research team is using Raspberry Pis to monitor glacier calving in Peru and Iceland using cameras to make 3D renders of glaciers.
Anish Natekar is using a Raspberry Pi Pico W to drive his custom, remote-controlled 3D-printed quadcopter.
Ken Van Hoeylandt has created a Raspberry Pi CM4-powered handheld he calls the Decktility that looks great and is totally mobile.
Naomi Pentrel has created a 3D printable Guardian from the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild with a Raspberry Pi inside that can track people using machine learning.
Maker Billydent is using a Raspberry Pi Zero to power this lunar calendar gift using a Waveshare seven-color e-Ink display.
Adrian Cruceru is using a Raspberry Pi Pico to illuminate keyboard keys to help players learn songs by following the lights.
ThisIsTheNewSleeve has created a Raspberry Pi-powered writing computer called MUSE with a notably retro design.
Konrad Beckmann is using a Raspberry Pi Pico to interface with a Nintendo 64 through the cartridge port.
Tristam has created a small, Raspberry Pi-powered travel router that uses OpenWRT to handle networking functions.
Chris Twomey has created a Raspberry Pi-powered weather display with a gorgeous dashboard complete with weather data and render of a local map based on your location.
The Beepberry is a portable e-Ink handheld featuring an onboard RP2040 that works with a Raspberry Pi Zero.
Donkey Car is an open source Python library for self-driving cars that works with the Raspberry Pi and other SBCs.
The Hackboard 2 is now available to the general public, but its Intel CPU is pretty old and low-powered, and it seems to have undergone some hefty price inflation.
Arnov Sharma has created a custom Raspberry Pi-powered handheld called PALPi with working hinges and custom PCBs for user input.