TOP 10 NEW RASPBERRY PI PROJECT IDEAS

Raspberry pi Projects: TOP 10 New Raspberry pi Project ideas in 2020

A Raspberry Pi is a small single-board computer. With the help of it, we can do things as simple as blinking an LED to controlling big robots. It enables people of all ages to explore computing and learn different things. But before every complex design, every twisted structure of programming involved in a project, there comes an idea to create something new, to update something existing, or to take something to the bee’s knees.

So keeping that ‘idea’ in mind, we have selected the Top 10 Raspberry Pi projects for you.

Mentioned below are the individual projects along with the video link.

10. LED World Clock

Led Wall Clock using Raspberry pi
Led Wall Clock using Raspberry-pi

OBJECTIVE:

An innovative project that takes a simple wall clock to the next level. Along with time and date, it also shows the weather of the current location. For fun purposes, a snake game is also programmed in this clock. This time, every five minutes the clock updates itself moreover, you can see the display in random words spread across the clock.

Components required for the project are:

  1. Raspberry Pi
  2. RGB LED Strip
  3. Breadboard
  4. Push Buttons
  5. Connecting Wires
  6. Op-Amp
  7. Power Source

Check out the video below to learn more about the above project:

 

9. Cutie pie Tablet

OBJECTIVE:

It’s a smart tablet powered by the Raspberry Pi. An easy and convenient way to give your imagination, the power to be accessed from anywhere. It has a wider display, a portable handle, and long battery life, therefore, you can use this tablet even when traveling. In spite of all this, the compatibility of the original Pi environment is maintained.

Components required for the project are:

  1. Raspberry Pi
  2. PCB board
  3. Wi-Fi Module
  4. Bluetooth Module
  5. Amplifier
  6. Gyroscope
  7. STM 32 MCU
  8. Power Supply

You can find the link to the above project below:

 

 

8. Sense Hat

Sense hat using Raspberry pi
Sense hat using Raspberry pi

OBJECTIVE:

A simple and innovative project to display any information on an 8×8 LED matrix. It can also provide the temperature, pressure, and humidity readings of a location. In addition, the gyroscope and five-way joystick can be used to control and also play games like snakes, Tetris, flappy astronauts, and other shooting games.

Components required for the project are:

  1. Raspberry Pi
  2. Sense Hat
  3. Screws and bolts
  4. Power Supply

You can find the link to the above project below:

 

7. Home Security System

Home security system using Raspberry pi
Home security system using Raspberry pi

OBJECTIVE:

It’s a simple and economic project to protect your house from theft or robbery. This project detects when a door is tried to open, if the user does not input the correct pin in a given period of time, it raises an alarm along with an e-mail notification sent to the owner of the house. In conclusion, this project keeps you safe at an economic rate.

Components required for the project are:

  1. Raspberry Pi
  2. Breadboard
  3. LED
  4. LCD Screen
  5. Switch
  6. Buzzer
  7. Keypad
  8. Resistors
  9. Connecting Wires

You can find the link to the above project below:

 

6. Analog Music Player

Analog Music Player using Raspberrypi
Analog Music Player using Raspberrypi

OBJECTIVE:

It’s a cool project that gives the feel of an old electronic boom box with the modern raspberry pi controller. Interestingly, this music player has actual buttons to play/pause a song, switch to the next song, mute, repeat, and dim. It has a potentiometer to adjust the volume and a motorized fader which moves from left to right as the song plays. How cool is that?

Components required for the project are:

  1. Raspberry Pi
  2. Touch Screen Display
  3. Power Adapter
  4. Push Buttons
  5. Toggle Switch
  6. Motorised Fader
  7. Potentiometer
  8. Motor Controller
  9. Analog to Digital Converter

You can find the link to the above project below:

5. Geiger Counter

Geiger Counter using Raspberry pi
Geiger Counter using Raspberry-pi

OBJECTIVE:

An interesting project that counts the radiation level along with a ticking sound as we bring any radioactive material close to the Geiger counter. Moreover, even after turning the power is OFF, the meter retains the counts. Furthermore, We can turn The ticking sound ON/OFF via the toggle switch provided in it.

Components required for the project are:

  1. Raspberry Pi
  2. Motor
  3. Motor controller
  4. Toggle Switches
  5. Counter
  6. Screws and bolts
  7. Power Supply
  8. Buzzer

You can find the link to the above project below:

 

4. Micro Quadruped Project

Micro Quadrupt project using Raspberry pi
Micro Quadrupt project using Raspberry pi

OBJECTIVE:

This project demonstrates two modes of controlling a quadruped robot. The first mode also called ‘Trot Gait’ involves the motion of two legs at a time. The second mode also called ‘Walk Gait’ involves swing of one leg at a time with body shift in between for balance. you can control both these modes via keyboard.

Components required for the project are:

  1. Raspberry Pi
  2. Battery
  3. Servo Motors
  4. PWM Board
  5. LCD Display
  6. Connecting Wires
  7. Push Buttons

You can find the link to the above project below:

 

3. Inspirational Messenger

Inspirational messenger Project
Inspirational messenger Project

OBJECTIVE:

A simple and creative project that displays a random motivational quote every morning. In fact, In addition to that, you can see any message or remainder on the display at the predefined time. Since the device is connected to the cloud, you can download the required information to the device.

Components required for the project are:

  1. Raspberry Pi
  2. Display Screen
  3. Adapter
  4. Micro USB PCB
  5. Connecting Wire

You can find the link to the above project below:

 

2. Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet

Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet using Raspberry pi
Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet using Raspberry-pi

OBJECTIVE:

With this simple project, we can store, transact bitcoins, and also do other cryptocurrency assets. First of all, we create a wallet along with a private key. Along with that, we require a PIN to enter the wallet. The numbers rearrange in the display every time the user logs in.

Components required for the project are:

  1. Raspberry Pi
  2. LED Screen
  3. Push Buttons
  4. Adapter
  5. Header
  6. Screws and Bolts

You can find the link to the above project below:

 

 

1. GOTO Telescope

GOTO Telescope using Raspberry pi
GOTO Telescope using Raspberry-pi

OBJECTIVE:

Firstly, we will use an ordinary 8-inch telescope along with the raspberry pi telescope to find the exact location of any celestial body in space. Secondly, through push buttons and a toggle switch, we will select a particular planet, star or constellation from the monitor screen and the telescope will automatically track it across the sky.

Components required for the project are:

  1. Raspberry Pi
  2. Telescope
  3. Monitor Screen
  4. USB Cables
  5. USB Hub
  6. Camera
  7. Joystick
  8. Pushbuttons
  9. Toggle Switch
  10. Connecting Wires
  11. Power Supply

You can find the link to the above project below:

You can also watch all the projects mentioned above in one video:

 

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