I was one of the lucky winners in the longest serving Raspberry Pi projects Competition.
The prize was 10 Raspberry Pi Pico modules (already assembled with headers) and a Pi Noir camera - They just arrived today:
I thought I would share a picture of the spoils, but include some of the Pi Pico projects I have on the go.
So far I have designed 4 PCBs with Pi Picos on them and I have a couple more on the drawing boards.
The unopened pack of PCBs under the display is a new mystery project I have not blogged about yet.
The Pi Noir camera is surrounded by PCBs from the Pico Parker project.
Under that are PCBs from the graphics display project.
Beside the BlueBot are the 10 new Picos.
In the lower left is a Pico on a breadboard - just messing around with a MIDI controller design.
It should be pretty obvious from all this that I will make good use of all these new Pi Picos (those packs of Pico PCBs in the image already represent 40 PCBs)
I don't yet have a completion schedule for the next 2 Pico projects although I have most of the parts and one of the PCBs so far.
I do not have a project on the drawing boards yet for the Pi Noir camera although I do have 2 more camera projects well under way. I will have to think of a project for the Noir camera.
Thank you element 14 for the prizes, they will come in very handy. I get a some very useful material out of it, unfortunately other members only get a hint of a sneak preview of upcoming projects.....