10 More Mind-Blowing, Skill-Building Raspberry Pi Projects #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
WIRED Design shared a new collection of “mind-blowing, skill-building Raspberry Pi projects,” several of which we have mentioned before here or on Twitter. Check out the overview of this collections well as a few of my favorites, Black Stripes (above — I’m a sucker for pen-plotter projects) and more photos and videos below. But all ten are worth checking out. Via Wired Design.
Raspberry Pi, the credit-card sized, $35 Linux computer, has been on the market for under a year, but excited hackers are using the platform for dozens of new, cool projects and accessory products every month.
Since our last Raspberry Pi roundup we’ve found 10 more amazing projects that show how versatile this diminutive PCB is. From voice-activated coffeemakers to wall-hanging plotters, the Raspberry Pi is proving to be a fruitful addition to the maker’s toolbox.
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