The Raspberry Pi is a series of credit card-sized single-board computers that has an ultra low cost, compared to typical computers, and it is developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation with the intention of stimulating the teaching of basic computer science in schools to give kids a low-cost computer with which to learn how to program. The design is based on a Broadcom BCM2835 system on a chip (SoC), which includes an ARM1176JZF-S 700MHz processor, VideoCore IV GPU, and 512 megabytes of RAM. The design does not include a built-in hard disk or solid-state drive, instead relying on an SD card for booting and long-term storage. It's got a beefy quad core processor that runs at 1.2GHz, 1GB RAM, and most of the ports and capabilities that any normal computer would have. Generally, it runs on a Linux operating system and can run games, word processing programs, and spreadsheets. Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi is so powerful that an increasing number of people are making great projects with it. Here follows I gonna to introduce you 5 awesome Raspberry PI projects. 1.Wall Mounted Calendar and Notification Center This modern version of the wall mounted calendar includes the same basic functions:A monthly agenda,Sync of family members activities,Easy browse between months,Beyond those basic functions. This gadget will also handle: A whether forecast,Upcoming events in the surrounding area,Live information about the public transport and even more...(You could click title to get the tutorial) Wall Mounted Calendar and Notification Center 2.Barrel Arcade Machine The machine itself has the benefit of a sit-down cocktail cab with the standup advantage of being able to jostle your opponent. It’s a nice clean build—deliberately low tech—wired using crimps and block connectors with no soldering. The Raspberry Pi runs the excellent PiPlay, an OS for emulation and gaming.The other great thing about this project is its scrounginess. Reusing and repurposing makes us happy and this whole project does just that: an unloved 4:3 monitor, free table glass from online classifieds and an old barrel. (You could click title to get the tutorial) Barrel Arcade Machine 3.3D Scanner A full 3D scanner using 40 Rasberry Pies and 40 Pi cameras. They also had 40 SD cards, a couple power supplies, and LED strips. It’ll scan a person or thing and they used Shapeways to print it in full color. (You could click title to get the tutorial) 3D Scanner 4.Magic Mirror A magic mirror is a raspberry pi powered monitor behind a double sided mirror. A mostly black web page allows you to add some widgets to the mirror’s reflection as if by magic. This version includes widgets for displaying the weather forecast, the date/time and a nice randomly generated greeting. No low level hardware hacking required, just some basic woodworking and some code I’ve already put together. (You could click title to get the tutorial) Magic Mirror 5.Bicycle Computer Conventional bicycle computers display information about current speed and distance traveled, but their small displays can be hard to read. By upgrading a battery-powered Raspberry Pi with wifi and GPS, IEEE Spectrum’s David Schneider is able to turn a standard Kindle into a touchscreen-based bike computer, complete with easy to read speed, distance, and navigation data. (You could click title to get the tutorial) Bicycle Computer Related Raspberry Pi products that could help you make projects [table id=12 /] Just Bought A Raspberry Pi? 11 Things You Need To Know ☟