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Two years ago, on the 29th of Feb 2012, a tiny little machine came out with the intention of bringing cheap computing to areas that were hard to access, and proliferating programming knowledge and interest. But there was a happy side effect, in that we all got to see what crafty people on the internet would do with such a small, yet highly capable, computer. Matt, The Raspberry Pi Guy, made this video compilation of said crafty people to celebrate this milestone.
No doubt about it, the Raspberry Pi is nothing short of a homebrew phenomenon. Since its release in February 2012, the British micro-mini-computer has enabled legions of amateur inventors to develop projects both weird and wonderful. Here’s a run-down of the most impressive applications, ranging from weather stations to retro arcades to a supercomputer array on a Lego rack. See if any of them inspire you to do the same.
We’ve had a quite a bit of fun covering anything we could get our hands on with water-repelling magic, but the folks over at Adafruit took it a step further and risked a little electrocution. But the result — submersible circuit boards — is definitely cool enough to be worth the trouble.
For everyone in the world whose heart has not blackened and shrivelled beyond repair, nothing boosts your mood quite like a new family addition in the form of a dog. That is until you have to wake up at the crack of dawn to let that needy, opposable-thumbless mutt out. New dog owner and Raspberry Pi enthusiast David Hunt has rigged himself up a highly creative solution: a door that automatically unlocks at your dog’s bark — or as he’s dubbed it, Pi-Rex.
The Raspberry Pi is an excellent little tinkering machine, and a laudable one too, given its strong educational focus. The foundation behind the Raspberry Pi has hit a bit of a snag in Turkey, however, with a competing trademark claim. What they need are a few good geeks fluent in Turkish.