IN THIS CHAPTER
Finding the inspiration to get started
Understanding what the Pi can do
Discovering sources of more project information
If you’ve read the rest of this book and worked through the projects, you now know how to program and how to create your own electronics projects on the Raspberry Pi. What you learn next, and what you create with that knowledge, is up to you.
It’s amazing to see what people of all ages are doing with their Raspberry Pis. In this chapter, we’ve collected some of the most interesting and inspiring projects we’ve come across. Each one has a link so that you can find out more and perhaps follow instructions to replicate the project — or get some advice for similar projects of your own.
Michael Clemens has used the Raspberry Pi to create an audiobook player for his wife’s grandmother, who is visually impaired and finds digital audio players difficult to use.
This project requires some electronics work — you add transistors, an LED, a pair of speakers, and a large button to a plastic case and link ...