An adapter to use a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 in the DevTerm modular notebook has been revealed on Twitter
Developer Rodrigo Feliciano is using a Raspberry Pi to power this TV simulator project complete with a dial that tunes into custom channels.
Dr2mod is using a Raspberry Pi Zero W to convert Telegram messages to morse code and flash a light to relay the messages when they come in.
Stone Preston has created an open-source DAW using a Raspberry Pi 4, affectionately dubbed the LMN 3 under his Fundamental Frequency brand.
More powerful than the Raspberry Pi 4, and just as easy to use. The Khadas VIM4 is more expensive but that cost translates to more power in a familiar form factor.
Tom Verbeure is using a Raspberry Pi Pico to power this custom RGB LED sphere project with hundreds of NeoPixels for a dazzling end result.
Parisiancyclist uses OpenCV to keep a ball from falling off a plate with a Raspberry Pi and camera module.
Taylor Alexander has developed an RP2040-powered motor driver board with an open-source design for anyone who wants to jump on board with modifications.
Brian Corteil is at it again with this amazing Pi-powered Zoetrope that features 15 individual Badger 2040 e-ink displays.
Maker and game developer Kayden has thrown a Raspberry Pi Pico inside of an old Altoids tin for the ultimate DIY pocket-sized gaming experience.
Adrian Papineau uses a Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W to operate a Wii Nunchuck as a wireless mouse for his wearable display glasses.
The maker behind the Needle Nose Pliers blog is using a Raspberry Pi Pico to power a custom audio spectrum analyzer.
Andrea Favero uses a Raspberry Pi to solve Rubik’s cubes autonomously within this 3D Printed enclosure.
Adam Honse and his Dad created this Pi-powered FPV model train and streams the video feed of its journey in real-time using VLC.
In such a short space of time, the RP2040 has disrupted the microcontroller community and we now have a smörgåsbord of RP2040 boards to choose from.