Raspberry Pi Pico Projects

Raspberry Pi Pico is a tiny, fast, and versatile board built using RP2040, a brand new microcontroller chip designed by Raspberry Pi in the UK.

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  1. Weather Lamp
    Weather Lamp is a RGB lamp made using Wiznet Pico WizFi360 and WS2812B LED's. The lamp simulates the real-time weather using the openweathermap.org API. It read parameters like cloud intensity, temperature, time and try to mimic the cloud colors, sun/moon and change the base color as temperature…... Listed under:
  2. Raspberry Pi Pico Thermometer & Clock
    Dear friends welcome to another tutorial! Today we are going see how to build this low-cost real-time clock and thermometer with a color TFT display using CircuitPython on a Raspberry Pi Pico board. 6 years ago, I built a similar project using an Arduino Uno…... Listed under:
  3. Gesture Recognition Using Raspberry Pi Pico and Edge Impulse
    The way of running ML on a microcontroller is called Embedded ML or TinyML. So, In this tutorial, we will learn how to use the MPU6050 Accelerometer and Gyroscope sensor with the Raspberry Pi Pico and the TinyML Edge Impulse web platform in order to implement a Hand Gesture…... Listed under:
  4. Raspberry Pi Pico Water-level-indicator Using Potentiometer
    Hello, I am a school student from Germany and this is my first Instructable. I‘m excited to show you how to make a water-level-indicator using Raspberry pi Pico and a Potentiometer. My parents gifted me the Raspberry pi Pico for Christmas and immediately I started…... Listed under:
  5. AI-driven IoT 3D Printer Motion & Status Tracker W/ Telegram
    Track lateral and vertical movements of a 3D printer via AprilTags. Then, get informed of malfunctions related to motion via Telegram. Supplies 1 x Raspberry Pi Pico 1 x WIZnet Ethernet HAT 1 x DFRobot HuskyLens AI Camera 1 x Raspberry Pi 3B+ or 4…... Listed under:
  6. Raspberry Pi Pico LED Badge
    This project involves soldering. If you have little or no experience with soldering, make sure you have someone you trust walking you through the project. Always be in a properly ventilated environment when soldering, as it may release toxic fumes into the air. This project…... Listed under:
  7. Raspberry Pi Pico and TEA5767 FM Radio
    In this Instructables we are going to make a FM radio receiver using raspberry pi pico and TEA5767 FM receiver chip. Here I am using micropython programming language to program the Raspberry pi pico. let’s get started! Supplies List of hardware: Raspberry pi pico TEA5767…... Listed under:
  8. Simple Bluetooth Controlled Car – Raspberry Pi Pico
    Hello fellow makers and tinkerers, I am back with another simple, easy-to-follow project based on the Raspberry Pi Pico. Using easy-to-find components, we will be making a 2-wheel drive the motor car controlled through a Bluetooth module on an android APP made by MIT app…... Listed under: ,
  9. The Super Easy Pico Keyboard
    This is the easiest Raspberry Pi Pico to Keyboard tutorial. You can make in easy visualized steps a functioning Macro keyboard, Password keyboard, or anything that you can do with a keyboard. I am also the original author and have made this tutorial in Dutch for the…... Listed under:
  10. Pico Arcade Mini
    Pico Arcade Mini is made from low-cost, readily available parts from eBay and similar retailers for around £30 ($50). It uses a unique 3D Printed Circuit Board (3D-PCB) that eliminates connectors, fussy wiring, confusion over where wires go and makes any project super slim and…... Listed under:
  11. Infinity Macro Pad Using Pi Pico
    Hello DIY makers and coders.... Today I'm presenting my version of a custom Macropad with a Raspberry Pi Pico.... I named this as "Infinity Macropad 1.1"....the project is based on the adafruit Circuit Python and runs HID functionality onboard.... This Macropad has 20 individual tactile…... Listed under:
  12. Pico Based Number Pad
    Today I am going to build a Raspberry Pi Pico-based number pad. I am going to build a simple ortho linear number pad with 20 switches. Then I am going to go through how I installed KMK firmware on it. KMK can be installed on…... Listed under:
  13. Encrypted Data Vault: Raspberry Pi Pico + ESP32 Version
    Day after day, it's getting harder to keep your data private. There's too much demand for it coming from multiple sides. Different sides might have different reasons to obtain your data, but does it matter for you? Does it really matter why your data is…... Listed under:
  14. Raspberry Pi Pico 200Khz Digital Oscilloscope
    A Waveform analyzer, Signal generator and logic tester in a small PI PICO. With a dedicated application, Runs on Android. Supplies Things needed for this projects: 1) Smart phone as display unit 2) Raspberry pi Pico 3) 1k, 100k resistors 4) Breadboard, jumper and usb…... Listed under:
  15. Raspberry Pi Pico STEAM Robot: Low-Cost, Programmable Robot
    Introducing the Raspberry Pi Pico STEAM Robot, a low-cost, programmable car suitable for young learners to build, program, and customize on their own! It utilizes Raspberry Pi pico at the core and is paired with simple electronics and recycled material. The movement of the car is programmable…... Listed under:
  16. Glowing RGB LED Magic Cube (WS2812)
    I fully designed from scratch every single piece of this project to create a cool glowing Magic LED Cube, mainly made for light animation and basically could be explored for decoration of Electronics Labs. Designed around the awesome RP2040 Microcontroller and Built with a full of electronics passion…... Listed under:
  17. Raspberry pi pico Program Structure – CircuitPython
    The examples in this section illustrate several common approaches to structuring whole programs in CircuitPython. These are abstracted templates which will apply to any compatible microcontroller. These examples explore the tradeoffs which emerge when designing the control flow of the entire program. Embedded microcontroller programs…... Listed under:
  18. Raspberry Pi Pico Numerical Examples
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These use only the onboard hardware and the serial console. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the board. The text can be…... Listed under:
  19. Raspberry Pi Pico I2C Examples
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These assume one or more I2C (or I2C) devices are externally attached. The I2C bus is a two-wire bidirectional serial bus for short-distance low-bandwidth communication between a microcontroller and peripherals.…... Listed under:
  20. Raspberry Pi Pico NeoPixel LED Examples
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These assume one or more binary input or output circuits are externally attached. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the board. The…... Listed under:
  21. Raspberry Pi Pico Ultrasonic Ranger Examples
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These assume one or more binary input or output circuits are externally attached. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the board. The…... Listed under:
  22. Raspberry Pi Pico Stepper Motor Examples
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These assume one or more binary input or output circuits are externally attached. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the board. The…... Listed under:
  23. Raspberry Pi Pico Music and Rhythm Examples – CircuitPython
    The following short CircuitPython programs demonstrate rhythm and music generation. These are largely platform-neutral. Metronome Example This example demonstrates the essential elements of creating a pattern of movement over time within an event-loop programming structure. Direct download: metronome.py. # metronome.py # Raspberry Pi Pico - demonstrate…... Listed under:
  24. Raspberry pi Pico Remote Connection Examples – CircuitPython
    The following short CircuitPython programs will demonstrate communication via the host serial port. This interface can be used for local debugging as a user console, and also enable linking projects across the network. The network connection uses a Python program running on a laptop or…... Listed under:
  25. Raspberry Pi Pico Decision Tree Classifier
    This sketch demonstrates an example of accelerometer data processing using a classification tree. The classifier code was generated using the Python script classifier_gen.py using recorded and labeled training data. The underlying classification tree was automatically generated using the Python scikit-learn library. The purpose of the classifier is to categorize…... Listed under:
  26. Raspberry pi pico Signal Processing Examples – CircuitPython
    N.B. this is new and still being tested. The following Python samples demonstrate several single-channel filters for processing sensor data. The filter functions are purely numeric operations and should work on any Python or CircuitPython system. This supports offline testing, as they can be debugged…... Listed under:
  27. Raspberry Pi Pico Digital Input/Output Examples
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These assume one or more binary input or output circuits are externally attached. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the board. The…... Listed under:
  28. Raspberry Pi Pico Hobby Servo Examples
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These assume one or more hobby servo actuators are externally attached. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the board. The text can…... Listed under:
  29. Raspberry Pi Pico Introductory Examples
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These use only the onboard hardware and the serial console. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the board. The text can be…... Listed under:
  30. Raspberry pi pico analog Input/Output Example
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These assume one or more analog input circuits are externally attached to an ADC input. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the…... Listed under:
  31. Raspberry pi pico dc motor controller
    The following short Python programs will demonstrate essential operation of the Raspberry Pi Pico board. These assume one or DC motor actuators are externally attached. Each can be run by copying the program into code.py on the CIRCUITPY drive offered by the board. The text can be…... Listed under:
  32. Setting up the Raspberry Pi Pico for C/C++ Development on Windows
    Documentation Everything in this file comes from the Getting started with Raspberry Pi Pico for C/C++ development guide. This file contains all of the same content, just organized into an enumerated list. Getting everything installed Install the ARM GCC compiler.During installation, make sure to tick the box…... Listed under:
  33. Hardware Boot Select Switch Using Pico
    Pre-choose the OS to boot, even before turning on the computer by toggling a switch. Now you don't have to wait to select the os. Story Wandering Hackaday.io for projects, I stumbled upon this project(click) by Stephen Holdaway. In this project, he solved a frustrating task…... Listed under:
  34. Trick or Treat Dispenser
    Voice-activated treat dispenser. COVID-19. Novel coronavirus. Social Distancing. Despair. Loneliness. No friends. It's the opposite of Halloween. I love Halloween. One of my favorite holidays of all time, ever since I got to dress up like Gordy from Star Trek (life goals). So, in this…... Listed under:
  35. Rhasspy Voice Assistant on MATRIX Voice and MATRIX Creator
    Learn how to install the Rhasspy offline voice assistant, through a simple Docker image! https://youtu.be/o6Tt-5D_uC4 Required Hardware Before getting started, let's review what you'll need. Raspberry Pi 3 or 4.MATRIX Voice or MATRIX Creator - Raspberry Pi does not have a built-in microphone, the MATRIX Voice & MATRIX Creator each have an 8 mic array -…... Listed under:
  36. Doorbell & Intercom with Snips Voice Assistant
    Doorbell that integrate a Snips voice assistant to say welcome and record messages from visitor when you are not at home. The Idea Building a Doorbell including a voice assisstant to reply to visitor. The doorbell is able to speak with visitor ( using TTS…... Listed under:
  37. Raspberry Pi Zero Helmet Impact Force Monitor
    How much impact can the human body handle? Whether it’s football, rock climbing, or a bicycle accident, knowing when to seek immediate medical attention after a collision is incredibly important, especially if there are no obvious signs of trauma. This tutorial will teach you how…... Listed under:
  38. N5DUX Raspberry Pi ISS iGate Project
    Description This project is an APRS iGate for ARISS program's digipeater aboard the International Space Station. I have a 2m FM radio tuned to 145.825 MHz. As the ISS passes over my location, the radio passes the received signal from the ISS to a Terminal…... Listed under:
  39. N5DUX Raspberry Pi Generic Setup
    Description This is a howto document created as a basis for all my other Raspberry Pi Progjects. Here, I list the basic hardware needed as well as the steps necessary to create your own basic Raspberry Pi setup. This is just the beginning of several…... Listed under:
  40. Toy Truck Powered by Raspberry Pi
    Here is a great way to impress your fiends when your out an' about at the park, by modifying a broken toy Truck/Car with a Raspberry Pi and Adafruit's DC & Stepper Motor Pi HAT , to existing electronics . And for the controller to…... Listed under:
  41. Home automation with node js , raspberry pi and heimcontrol
    In tutorial will make overview of using heimcontrol platform (is NodeJs application for home automation Open Source under MIT license) Some of there features: Responsive :The responsive design allows you comfortable control of your home devices using your smartphone or tablet. Everywhere : Open your…... Listed under:
  42. Solar Power, Weather and the Raspberry Pi
    Solar Power, Weather and the Raspberry Pi SwitchDoc Labs is in the process of building a Solar Powered Raspberry Pi Weather Station.   The design will be released as a SwitchDoc Appnote, an Instructable and a series of posts on SwitchDoc.com.  We are right in…... Listed under:
  43. A cheap Bluetooth serial port for your Raspberry Pi
    While working on my Arduino based robot vehicle project the idea came to me that the Bluetooth module that I'm using as a remote control receiver for my robot would make a great addition to my Raspberry Pi. In this article I describe how to…... Listed under:
  44. Solar Power on the Raspberry Pi – SunAir
    designed to charge LiPo batteries from Solar Panels and power your Pi. First SunAir Kickstarter Update (Dec 7, 2014) Published here. An earlier generation of this project was used in Project Curacao.  You also can track the sun, detect low power conditions and more.  Works perfectly with…... Listed under:
  45. Super Mega Ultra Pi Boy 64 Thingy Build
    Getting Started! I had recently bought an original Gameboy DMG from Good Will for a whopping $5.00, condition unknown.  Taking a gamble, I purchased it and took it home to find that it had severe damage caused by a battery that exploded and leaked all…... Listed under:
  46. picoReflow
    Raspberry Pi Supported SPI driven Cold-Junction K-Type Thermocouple converter: MAX31855 MAX6675 GPIO driven Solid State Relays (230V heating/fan) PWM driven MOSFET (12V cooling) Python control daemon (running on the Pi) HTML5/Websocket OS independent multi user web-client Live Monitoring & control Browser based Profile/Curve Management +…... Listed under:
  47. The Raspberry Pi – Lapdock Connection
    Now that you have your nifty new Raspberry Pi, you'll need a display for it. Teensy analog monitors are pretty cheap, but what you really want is a decent HDMI display. Unfortunately, they're expensive, running from $150 on up into the thousands for the huge…... Listed under:
  48. Microcontrollers: The Basics
    Overview Different kinds of computers are designed for different purposes. The computer at the heart of your laptop is optimized for different puprposes than the one in your phone or the one in your mouse. The simplest computers are those that are designed to take…... Listed under:
  49. BeaconAir On Raspberry Pi / iBeacons
    BeaconAir is a Raspberry Pi based project that reads the advertising packets coming from iBeacons and roughly calculates the physical position of BeaconAir by Trilateration.  This is an application that uses my new iBeacon Python library that READS iBeacons on your Raspberry Pi.  It does not turn…... Listed under: ,
  50. PiCy – The Tiny Raspberry Pi Powered Robot!
    Build your own tiny Raspberry Pi based robot out of a few easy to obtain bits! You will need: A Raspberry Pi. A PiCy pack kit, which contains: Two motors and two wheels. A battery holder for two AA batteries with battery clip. Two 40mm…... Listed under:
  51. Lightning! The Lightning Detector for Raspberry Pi Weather Station
    In this Instructable you will learn: How to a connect a Lightning Detector to a Solar Powered Weather Station How to design and position the lightning detector for best perfomance How to gather data to see the Lightning story as it happens How to wire…... Listed under:
  52. Sizing a wind turbine to power your Raspberry Pi
    This Is Your Pi on Wind Got a special project for your Raspberry Pi that requires it to operate off the electrical grid? If solar power doesn't provide enough juice, add some wind to the mix with an inexpensive wind turbine. Project Curacao is a…... Listed under:
  53. List of required material using raspberry pi
    Raspberry Pi 8GB SDHC Class 10 Card Nano Wifi-Stick Flytron Navigatron I2C GPS 4­channel I2C­safe Bi­directional Logic Level Converter ADS1015 ADC Suppo A2212/13 1000KV Brushless Motor 10"x4.5 GF Propeller Set Orange 4 Stück 2 CW 2 CCW Flyduino HEXFET 20A Motor Controller Drotek IMU 10DOF:…... Listed under:
  54. Cycle Chaser
    Project animations from the rear of your bicycle. The framerate depends on the speed you are moving at. A couple years ago, I created a dynamic bike headlight with a Raspberry Pi and a small, battery-operated projector. I’ve been eager to explore what else I…... Listed under:
  55. Analog Sensors without Analog Inputs on the Raspberry Pi
    The Raspberry Pi does not have any analog inputs, but that does not mean that you can't use some types of analog sensors. Using a couple of resistors and a capacitor, you can use a "step response" method to measure resistance. Which is just great…... Listed under:
  56. The SnapPiCam | A Raspberry Pi Camera
    Adafruit launched it's PiTFT not long ago and I bought one immediately from Pimoroni. Soon after that Adafruit published a tutorial entitled DIY WiFi Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Camera. I had a good read through it and on the final page the final paragraph was; The…... Listed under:
  57. Best Technology Projects of 2012
    Before the world comes to an abrupt end, I thought it would be pertinent to look back on the last year, and highlight some of my favorite Tech Instructables. Initially, I was going to make this a top 20 list, but with over 5,600 Technology…... Listed under:
  58. Connecting a Raspberry Pi to an old 15Khz Arcade Monitor
    “The Raspberry Pi has been used all over the world as an excellent emulator box to resuscitate old arcade machines, but with moderate success. You see, if you’re a truly arcade aficionado like me, then you’ll aim for perfection. And perfection means you’ll use the jamma…... Listed under:
  59. WebRTC Creeper Drone – Browser Controlled RC Car
    This is an advanced Instructable, which describes the process of building a drone controlled remotely from a browser. The drone uses an Android phone to stream video and audio back to the browser via WebRTC. Since the software used in this project is somewhat complex,…... Listed under:
  60. MouseAir Block Diagram – Raspberry Pi
    Here is the hardware block diagram for MouseAir.  MouseAir is a cat toy (fake mice) launching system.  It has the ability to read the cat’s RFID tag, motion detection as well as ultrasonic detection all controlled remotely from your iPad/iPhone running RasPiConnect. The MouseAir system is…... Listed under:
  61. DiddyBorg: The Mini 6 wheeled Raspberry Pi Robot!
    DiddyBorg is our robust robot kit for the Raspberry Pi. He can be controlled via autonomous software, via a Bluetooth controller such as the PS3 or over Wifi through a keyboard. Check out this video of him rolling around! This Instructables is concerned with the…... Listed under:
  62. PicoBorg – Control small motors from your Raspberry Pi
    ith PicoBorg, you can turn on and off fans, motors, solenoids, relays etc. from your Raspberry Pi. There are 4 low side drivers so you can turn on and off 4 devices One is connected to the RPi PWM pin, so you can vary duty…... Listed under:
  63. Pumpkin PACS/Pumpkin Pi
    The Pumpkin PACS was constructed for the MGH Radiology Pumpkin Decorating Contest. It is a standalone DICOM workstation capable of displaying many standard types of radiology images. The pumpkin contains a Raspberry Pi which projects images onto a screen using a Microvision SHOWWX+ HDMI pico projector.…... Listed under:

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