If you want to do something exciting with Minecraft, here’s your chance to try something new and exciting. Build your very own Raspberry Pi dedicated Minecraft server.
Do you have some spare change? Turn that into batteries and experiment with small devices such as a calculator. Build your own awesome DIY penny battery with this tutorial.
Bitcoin has been a source of fascination for people all over the world. Prices of Bitcoin have been on an incline for some time now. This incline has mostly been a general trend for almost all cryptocurrencies. Trading at more than $55000 USD as of February 2021, Bitcoin is by far one of the more popular cryptocurrencies in the world. Since Bitcoin offers excellent returns, and Raspberry Pi is a very affordable gadget, we will evaluate whether mining Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies using Raspberry Pi is worth it?
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Are you ready for another RaspberryPi project that costs less and offers more? Try this Raspberry Pi emulation console tutorial to play your favorite games on Pistation in just a few simple steps.
Build your very own Raspberry Pi Android app using JSON, PHPMyadmin, Apache 2, MySQL, and PHP and experience a Raspberry app in a new way.
Vacuum cleaners are life savers. But the problem is most commercial vacuum cleaners cost a lot. This tutorial will help you build your own automatic vacuum cleaner with advanced features with far less money.
Protect your family with a simple microcontroller hand sanitizer dispenser and reduce your sanitizer expense during this pandemic. This tutorial will help you put together the device in less than an hour.
Get better home security with a simple SMS garage door opener application. Learn to build Raspberry Pi SMS garage door butler and enjoy features like video logging, email notifications, and access to who can open your garage door.
Coronavirus is a deadly disease that has killed thousands of people. Learn to make your own Arduino UV sanitizing robot to combat it and slow its spread so you can protect your family and others around you. All it takes is a couple of components and a bit of code.