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How many digits of Pi can you memorize? Put your memory to the test with this game.
A binary clock project made from a Pi Zero and Unicorn pHAT.
This is first version of my low cost 3d printed robot arm based on Ikea Tertial lamp.
I created an alarm clock which gets me out of bed as pleasantly as possible. It wakes me up to a Spotify playlist & controls a BT light bulb
I celebrated Pi Day by making a Cherry Pie, and used a Raspberry Pi with Computer Vision to take an image of it, and calculate Pi=Area/R**2.
PI is the most awesome number in the world! What about knowing more about it using Telegram App, anywhere in the world? Check it out here!
Create a water flow display of Pi within a circle using Raspberry Pi, relay module, colored water, motor pumps, clear tubing and Python.
Pi can be estimated using a Raspberry Pi with no intensive programming! Anyone can do it!
My project uses Max MSP to generate a piece of music from the digits of Pi. Note pitches, length, rhythm & timbre are determined by Pi.
Simple starter to using Microsoft Cognitive Service to make your Raspberry Pi Camera snappy and smart.
My home-made s-PI-rograph robot honors Pi by making circular geometric designs using Legos & a drill motor powered by a Mindstorms robot.
Calculating Pi number by using John Wallis series!!
This is how McNair Magnet Middle School's Makerspace does PI Day!
Want a Pi? No problem! Want a Pie? No problem! Want a Pi in a Pie. Whoa thats trippy!
Make your Raspberry Pi calculate and read out the digits of π in real time!
Did you ever wanted a spreadsheet that can do more than calculating with numbers? I did. And of course it can calculate many digits of Pi.
Composes music by using the digits of the number Pi, on an Octave program running on a Raspberry Pi.
pie pi is a combination of the food pie and the number pie. the slice at the bottom is the number pi.
A hands on museum math event for children aged 5-11. Pi Day had 14 different activities and served approximately 250 children and 64 adults
Each row of circles represents a number in Pi. I choose circles because you use Pi to figure out the circumference of a circle.
Irrational numbers don't repeat but pie prints sure do...Our printmaking project used line, shape and pattern to artfully celebrate Pi Day!
A program that generate many pleasing-to-the-eye patterns, made up of colorful arcs which are based on the digits of Pi.
Make a magic mirror with LED strip for infinity effect.
Celebrate the magic of pi with an Alexa quiz.
The symbol for pi is woven into a chain mail square suitable to put a not pie plate on to cool. Maille is made of circles. Pi again.