Enter your own Raspberry Pi project Instructable! Contest accepting new and previously published Instructables:
First document your project in the step-by-step, photo, or video Instructables format. Details regarding how to document your entry are available on the “How to Enter” section for the Contest located on the Sponsor Site.
When your project is ready to be published to the Sponsor Site, visit the Sponsor Site and follow the instructions for publishing your project to the Sponsor Site. You must be a registered member of the Sponsor Site in order to publish a project to the Sponsor Site. If you are not already a registered member of the Sponsor Site, you will be prompted to create an account on the Sponsor Site during the publication process, free of charge (except for the standard charges of your internet access provider). Please note: in some jurisdictions, the publication of your project on the Sponsor Site could materially affect rights (e.g., adversely affect patent and design rights) that you may own in the project. You should make your own inquiries and seek your own advice on this issue.
When you publish your project to the Sponsor Site, you will be given the option to enter any open Contests. If you have reviewed the entry requirements for the Contest, believe your project qualifies for entry, and want to enter it in the Contest, check the box for the Contest and click Publish My Instructable.
You may not enter the same Instructables project in more than three (3) Instructables contests in total. Further information about entry can be found in Section B below.
Prizes include an Adafruit Pi Plate!
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