Projects to make with Raspberry Pi
Remote control your robot buggy
In this resource you will learn how to create a basic piece of wearable technology
In this resource you will learn how to use Node-RED to control Raspberry Pi GPIO pins
Make your very own digital space pixel pet with your Raspberry Pi and Sense HAT.
Build your own Magic 8 Ball using a Sense HAT and some Python code.
Make your own robot with a blinking antenna
Make a jelly baby burp when you squeeze it!
Create your own fun and frantic version of the classic game Snake on a Sense HAT.
In this resource, you will use an ultrasonic distance sensor to control the notes played by Sonic Pi
Make a very simple buggy using a Raspberry Pi and an Explorer HAT
Navigate a maze in Scratch 2.0
In this resource you will find out how to make a fun and fast-paced Explorer HAT reaction game
Learn how to make a whoopee cushion powered by a Raspberry Pi to prank your pals.
Make a scary spot the difference game in Python
Learn how to use your micro:bit to help (or sabotage!) Steve in Minecraft Pi
Make a weightlifter game in Scratch
Taking selfies with the micro:bit and a Raspberry Pi
Display weather icons on your micro:bit, using a Raspberry Pi
Create a magic window in Scratch so you can see what the weather is like, anywhere in the world
Generate a fun online username
Build a Raspberry Pi Buggy
Blink LEDs with AIY Voice Kit
In this resource you will learn about the ideas behind public key cryptography (PKC).
In this resource you will make a distributed computer system using eight Raspberry Pi computers.
In this resource, you will make a tweeting touchscreen photo booth using a Raspberry Pi.
In this resource you will make a wearable time-lapse camera using a Raspberry Pi Zero.
Make a piano in Minecraft that plays notes when you step on it.
Make a selfie wall in Minecraft with Python
A hurdler game in Scratch
The weather station kit is a HAT for the Raspberry Pi which allows it to collect weather data
In this resource you will make an echolocation device using your Raspberry Pi
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