The Raspberry Pi Zero is an incredible tool for building a wide variety of IoT devices. And until lately, many projects I've worked on have been limited due to power supply constraints.
"It takes half your life before you discover life is a do-it-yourself project." - Napoleon Hill
Redditor Finndersen found a cool retro-looking portable television in a dumpster, completely refurbished it, and turned it into a retro gaming powerhouse for his RetroPie build.
What is a Raspberry Pi without a motion sensor? Kids can now sound the alarm if their parents are coming down the hall.
While expecting a baby, my wife was hesitant about stairs. I said, "oh, the baby will be fine." Now that she's crawling around and climbing on everything, I'm the one worrying.
This project is going to be a work in progress, and I will add pictures as I go. My wife and I bought a home recently, and a few things needed to be updated.
We found this old china cabinet on Craigslist for $50. I loved the character and love it even more now with a fresh, updated paint job!
A common problem in older homes is that the doors just don't close very well. This can happen for several reasons, the most common being paint build up throughout the years.
There's a room in my old bungalow with high ceilings and extremely inadequate lighting. I use this room as an office, and it has a small loft, so the current lighting doesn't cut it.
Like most dogs, mine loves to frolic in the yard and implore the neighborhood cats to exercise; who am I to deprive her of this most basic of canine pleasures while I'm at work?
I'm getting ready to paint my 1926 bungalow and, like many people used to do for some reason, the previous owners decided to paint the brick pillars on my porch.
Adding decorative feet to your cabinets can give them a ton of character and is super quick and easy to accomplish.
There's nothing like a fire pit to bring friends together! I decided to make a budget-conscious fire pit and was able to accomplish the feat for about 75 bucks. Here's my build guide.