Ever wondered what this tiny Raspberry Pi circuit is capable of doing? Ever since the release of Pi3 last year, consumers realized that the circuit also allows users (tech geeks) to show off their creativity with it. The following are a few brilliant and creative uses of Raspberry Pi3 that might give you some brilliant ideas for your school project.
Design your own video game:
Raspberry Pi is the most suitable ground for amateur programmers to initiate their career. The Raspbian OS even has its own installed programs that make it extremely convenient to code.
I think designing a video game could be the perfect starter as it is less time consuming and complicated. Moreover, once completed, you can show off as much as you want to. Click here for a complete guide to designing a Raspberry Pi videogame.
Making a KODI internet stream:
Kodi, being one of the best internet streaming platforms right now that allows users to experience contents (both local and global) even on smartphones. Even a Raspberry Pi2 is compatible with this feature and adequately capable and simple to function with.
Make your own wireless extender:
There is no other project that shows the enormous versatility of a Raspberry Pi3 circuit. Using a Wi-Fi dongle, a microUSD and a Raspberry Pi3 you can expand the signal range of your Wi-Fi.
Check out the Pi-Point website and find out the crucial aspects of this project, including all the images that can greatly assist you.
The Game Boy classic:
Now I am actually serious about this, check out the Nintendo in a mint box. The coding part isn’t challenging due to the emulator installed on the Raspberry Pi; however, soldering various pieces together can be.
Read the instructions manual by Travis Brown who has successfully resurrected this age-old gaming device with the help of a Raspberry Pi. Furthermore, gamers will be able to play games for NES, Sega and Game Gear; including popular Linux-based video games such as Duke Nukem and Doom.
These are the ways a Raspberry Pi3 could get you an outstanding grade in your school project. Stay tuned to TTN for more exciting uses of it.