Raspberry Pi project ideas: One key custom keyboard

raspberry pi pico projects button

Sometimes your computer needs just one button to activate a specific action. If you are transcribing an audio recording, you might want one button to rewind the track three seconds. If you are picky about your music, you might want a specific button to skip a track. If you are an employee who needs to…

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Stream sensor data over WiFi with Raspberry Pi Pico W

Raspberry Pi Pico W tutorial stream sensor data

One of the best uses for the Raspberry Pi Pico W involves its ability to serve a web page. This means that you can use it to monitor sensor data from your phone as long as you are in WiFi range. This project will provide a simple basis on how you can monitor acceleration data…

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Everything about the Raspberry Pi Pico W

raspberry pi pico w

Today, 30 June 2022 at 8.00 AM UK time Raspberry Pi released the Pico W. Here is everything (that we know) about the newest Raspberry Pi. This new variant of the beloved Pico has wireless capabilities thanks to the CYW43439 wireless chip.Just like the Pico, at the heart of each Pico W is RP2040, which…

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Raspberry Pi project ideas: e-ink calendar, clock

Raspberry Pi projects eink calendar and clock

E-paper calendar Reddit user Beaverknighterino said he was “fascinated with E-paper projects so I finally decided to make one for my work calendar.” The materials Beaverknighterino used are as such: Waveshare 7.5” B/W 800×480 E-paper Raspberry Pi Zero W Xiaomi 10000mAH Power bank IKEA HOVSTA Picture frame Beaverknighterino mentioned that the project was made a…

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What is the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 (CM4)?

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 ultimate guide

If you’re new to the Raspberry Pi series of microcomputers, you might be wondering if the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 (CM4) will suit your use case. What is the Raspberry Pi CM4? The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 is very much like the Raspberry Pi 4. Unlike the Pi 4, the CM4 is really…

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Raspberry Pi fan pins (easy cooling solution)

raspberry pin fan pins

If you own a Raspberry Pi 4 or Raspberry Pi Zero 2, you might need active cooling to keep your system from overheating. You’ll know when your system is overheating when you get throttled. Depending on the model that you have, your throttle temperature triggers vary, but generally, if you are hitting 60 C and…

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Build a VR Glove

VR Glove

If you want to learn more about VR than this is the coolest project that you will find. We will show you how to build a programmable VR Glove. The glove is based on a Raspberry Pi Pico, a MCP3008 ADC and five flex sensors that you can even build yourself! What you need Here…

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