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Program A Raspberry Pi Zero Over The USB Port

The Raspberry Pi Zero might still be hard to find, but at least it’s not hard to use. DIYer and teacher Te Co Ed shows off how to easily program and use the Pi Zero over USB.


Build Your Own Mini NES With A Raspberry Pi And This 3D Printed Case

Nintendo’s new Mini NES is a cool, tiny little Nintendo console that’s on its way in November, but you don’t have to wait that long to get one for yourself. With a 3D printed case and a Raspberry Pi, you can easily make your own.


Build A Raspberry Pi-Powered Weather Forecast Display

You have hundreds of ways to view the weather, but if you’re looking for an elegant desktop solution, DIYer caturnuson shares their lovely looking Pi-powered forecast display.


How To Get Started With Raspberry Pi

You’ve probably seen mention of the Raspberry Pi in your travels across the internet, but what exactly is this compact piece of circuitry? What can you do with it and why would you want to? If you’re new to the life of Pi then we’re here to explain everything you need to know and then some.


Make Your Own Easy-To-Use Touchscreen Photo Booth With A Raspberry Pi

We’ve seen Raspberry Pi-powered photo booths before, but Make takes it a step further by adding in a touch screen and automatic uploading to Google Photos.


Make A Wearable Camera With A Raspberry Pi

Wearable cameras are still in their infancy and it’s a little weird to just wear one when you’re doing daily errands. But if you want to build your own for those more exciting moments of your life, Adafruit shows you how.


Build An Automatically Updating Digital Photo Frame With A Raspberry Pi And Google Photos

We already know that the Raspberry Pi makes a great photo frame, but DIYer Paul Stamatiou took it another step and integrated in Google Photos.


Test Raspberry Pi Code On Your Primary Computer With VirtualBox And A Bit Of Tweaking

The Raspberry Pi is great because it’s a low cost way to test all sorts of crazy electronics ideas, but sometimes you might want to test before you test. Virtual machines are a great way to do so, and Grant Winney has a guide for setting one up using VirtualBox.


The Sense HAT Is A Perfect Accessory For Your Raspberry Pi-Powered Alexa

It’s not terribly difficult to make your own little Alexa-powered voice assistant with a Raspberry Pi, but one caveat is that you have to push a button before you can initiate voice commands. The Raspberry Pi Guy came up with an elegant solution using a Sense Hat.


Build This Two-Player Arcade Table From A Raspberry Pi And IKEA Parts

We’ve shown you some awesome IKEA game tables, and even a two-player coffee table mod, but this one takes our favourite emulation powerhouse, the Raspberry Pi, puts it in an affordable IKEA table, packs in a pair of control sticks, and lets you use your existing screens to game on.


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