79+ Awesome Raspberry Pi Projects
Looking for some great Raspberry Pi projects to do? Then you have found the right place. On this page, you will find plenty of tutorials ranging from simple beginner projects right through to the more advanced projects that require a fair bit more work.
All these projects are a great way to learn more about both the fundamentals of the Raspberry Pi and also how a Linux operating system works. By doing some of these projects, you will even start to learn bash, PHP, Python and lots more programming & scripting languages.
You will learn how to install and use some great tools, entertainment software, and much more. A few examples of what you could do include things such as a retro game emulator, network attached storage, cloud server and so much more.
In this Raspberry Pi Gitea tutorial, we will be showing you all the steps to getting Gitea up and running on the Raspberry Pi. Gitea, if you have never heard of it, is a self-hosted Git service, offering an interface much like Github for those who want to self-host...read more
In this Raspberry Pi Wiimote controllers guide, we will walk you through the process of setting up a Wiimote on your Raspberry Pi and show you how to setup both cwiid and wminput. Utilizing Wiimote controllers on the Raspberry Pi can be painful to deal with due to its...read more
In this Raspberry Pi OctoPrint tutorial, we will be walking you through all the steps that you need to follow to be able to set up OctoPrint on your Raspberry Pi and connect to it from Cura. To simplify things, we will be using the OctoPi distribution. This...read more
In this Raspberry Pi Pi-hole tutorial, we will be setting up a network-wide ad blocker. A network-wide ad blocker works by acting as your DNS server. What the network-wide ad blocker does is act as your DNS server. Your computers our routers will connect to it for DNS...read more
If you have ever tried to utilize a PlayStation controller with the Raspberry Pi, you may have found it's not very simple to do. Our Raspberry Pi PlayStation controller guide will walk you through the process of setting up and connecting both PlayStation 3 controllers...read more
In this Raspberry Pi screen sharing tutorial, we are going to show you how to setup VNC so that you can share screens. Sharing screens is incredibly helpful if you require viewing what is being displayed on the main screen. Usually, VNC will create a new session on...read more
In this Raspberry Pi Parsec tutorial we take a look at a software package called Parsec, it is a game streaming software designed to offer a simple setup and low latency connection. Parsec allows you to be able to connect to your gaming pc or a cloud gaming pc from...read more
If you have ever tried to use an Xbox controller with the Raspberry Pi, you will find very quickly that they do not work correctly right out of the box. In fact to get them working you will be required to install a special driver. With the newer Xbox One controllers...read more
In this project we will be walking you through all the steps to set up your very own Raspberry Pi Terraria server, allowing you to set up a low cost and energy efficient Terraria server. This project is made possible thanks to two open source initiatives, the first of...read more
This Raspberry Pi Google assistant project will walk you through on how to build and setup your very own Pi-powered Google Assistant. This assistant will actively listen to your voice and respond to your queries, all you need to say is "Ok Google" or "Hey Google"...read more
In this Raspberry Pi distance sensor tutorial, we will be utilizing the HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor with our Raspberry Pi. This guide will go through showing you how to wire up the sensor with the Raspberry Pi as well as exploring how we can utilize the sensor also to...read more
In this Raspberry Pi RTC tutorial, we will be showing you how to add either the PCF8523, DSL1307 or DS3231 real time clock (RTC) modules to your Raspberry Pi. We will be showing you how each of the individual real-time clock chips needs to be wired up to the Raspberry...read more
In this Raspberry Pi Volumio tutorial, we are showing you the basics of installing the headless music player, Volumio. We will also be walking you through how to get Wifi up and running on your Raspberry Pi through Volumio's interface. Additionally, the tutorial also...read more
In this tutorial we will be showing you how to view RTMP streams on your Raspberry Pi by using 3 simple pieces of software. For those who do not know, RTMP stands for Real-Time messaging protocol. It was initially a proprietary protocol developed by Macromedia for...read more
In this Raspberry pi serial reading and writing tutorial, we will be showing you how to read and write data through the serial GPIO connections that are made available to you on your Raspberry Pi. We will be showing you how to do these serial writes by using a RS232...read more
If you’re looking for more beginner Raspberry Pi projects then be sure to check out the page on it. The projects are pretty easy to complete requiring minimal coding and terminal interaction. The intermediate and advanced tutorials, however, will need a fair bit of programming, Linux commands and also possibly the use of GPIO pins.
If you’re just getting started with the Raspberry Pi, then we have plenty of information to help get you started. The Raspberry Pi getting started page will take you through all the basics that you will need to know about starting out with the Pi.
Also be sure to check out the guides page as this has an ever growing range of tutorials on how to do specific things with the Pi. This guides page includes tutorials on port forwarding, getting started with GPIO pins and so much more.
If you’re looking at pimping your Pi out or just looking at buying a Pi, then be sure to check out the Raspberry Pi accessories page. These accessories are a great way to both increased functionality and make your Pi look awesome.
I also take a look at Pi kits such as the kano kit. This package is excellent if you’re interested in getting kids into coding. It will take them through the steps of putting together the Pi and also how to code in Linux. It also has plenty of interactive games that you can play through.
I hope you enjoy all the Raspberry Pi projects on this page, be sure to check back in the future as I have many more projects on the way.
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