Raspberry Pi irrigation system for your crops

If you are interested in building your very own Raspberry Pi irrigation system to help keep your plants or crops fully watered. You may be interested in a new project published by Didier Verleysen early this year to the Hackster.io website. “After years of struggeling and always forget to give the tomatoes water, it was […]

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Raspberry Pi car impact recorder

Raspberry Pi enthusiasts searching for inspiration for their next project may be interested in this Raspberry Pi Sense HAT project created by Instructables user Ashu_d. The Impact Recorder is designed to record impact sustained to vehicle while driving or stationary. Using the Raspberry Pi mini PC impacts are stored in the database in the form […]

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Game Boy Pocket Retro ESP32 board

If you have a Game Boy Pocket that needs a little upgrade or repair you may be interested in a new Retro ESP32 board offering a drop-in replacement for the console’s motherboard and screen, providing the small games console with a whole new lease of life. “Why? – We love Hard Kernel and their amazing […]

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Retro 1963 car radio Raspberry Pi games console

A cool Raspberry Pi games console has been created using a retro 1936 car radio providing a unique styling to the self-contained games emulator powered by the awesome Raspberry Pi 3 model B mini PC. The project has been built by Hackster.io member Martin Mander provides full instructions on how you can build your own […]

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Raspberry Pi night vision camera

Pi enthusiasts searching for a project to keep them busy this weekend might be interested in a new Raspberry Pi night vision camera created by Hackster.io member TeCoEd. The project uses a Raspberry Pi Zero W together with a Pimoroni HyperPixel and an IR camera. Check out the vide below to see it in action. […]

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DIY Raspberry Pi Bluetooth car audio system supports live streaming

Sami Pietikäinen has published a new Raspberry Pi project providing details on how you can create your very own Raspberry Pi Zero in car audio system which supports live streaming. The project uses a Raspberry Pi Zero fitted with a pHAT DAC (Digital to Audio Converter). “My car comes with a built-in Bluetooth hands-free but […]

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DIY life-size Portal turret can shoot 400 rounds per minute

A new life-size Portal Turret has been created using 3D printer parts which took over 300 hours to print and is capable of firing up to 400 rounds per minute thanks to the four fully functional Nerf guns integrated into the design. The flywheels powering the nerve guns are made of quadcopter outrunner motors, and […]

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FeatherWing DC motor and stepper add-on board

Adafruit is now offering an assembled DC Motor + Stepper FeatherWing add-on board priced at $21.50 enabling you to use 2 x bi-polar stepper motors or 4 x brushed DC motors (or 1 stepper and 2 DC motors) with the companies FeatherWing range of controllers. Since the FeatherWing only uses the I2C (SDA & SCL […]

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DIY robot personal assistant with machine learning

A new robot project has been published to the Instructables Circuits website which is equipped with machine learning technology allowing it to see the world using a generic camera to perform tasks depending on the detected object’s position and orientation. Check out the video below to learn more about the Raspberry Pi powered robot which […]

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Raspberry Pi slow motion camera captures 660 fps

If you are interested in pushing the official Raspberry Pi camera to its limits, you may be interested in a new Raspberry Pi slow motion camera project published by Robert Elder. Who explains more about the hidden abilities of the Raspberry Pi camera. “This project will discuss the setup steps that are required for recording […]

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