Update: Our winner has been notified. Thanks to all who entered!
It's March 14, which means it's Pi day once again!
We're celebrating with a new Magic Mirror guide and updates to our Raspberry Pi Basics articles, but we want to know:
And just to make your day a little bit sweeter, we'll be randomly selecting one answer to send them a real, full-size pie! (plus it'll help you rank up and put you in the running for a $250 gift card!)
See attached contest terms and conditions.
Contest submission window: 3/14/22 – 11:59 PM PST 3/14/22
One randomly selected winner will receive a pie of their choice from Bake Me a Wish.
im getting a 7 11 pizza for $3.14 gotta get what i can get
I'm using the wonderful raspberry-pi pico to build a fluttering butterfly. A small motor will sit in the base and it will rotate a small clockwork mechanism to make a butterfly flap it's wings.
I'm using a Pi Zero to build a solar-powered automated drip irrigation system for 3,000 sq ft of vegetable garden.
Looking at and planning fun Raspberry Pi projects!
Well I am trying to convince my self I need a second 3d printer and if I have the pi well that is one less thing I would have to get. and an excuse to get the printer. RIGHT?
I'm going to read up on Archimedes who apparently is said to be one of the first people to calculate Pi. Maybe I'll make sure to do it at 3:14 PM just for good measure. Pun intended. :P
Using pi to hack Russia's defense system & redirect missiles straight up Vladimir Putin's A$$
I'm spending--well, spent--part of it looking for the attached contest terms and conditions...
I missed 3:14AM and 3:14PM, unfortunately.
Looked to see what MC is doing for pi-day 2022 since a couple years ago I got two Pi Zero W boards for $3.14 each, was hoping for a good deal.
Anything I've missed at MC?
I had planned on getting some pies but recently had to care for my father after and illness so I haven't been able to go out and do much because cant leave him unattended. So now I am just living vicariously threw my friends and the internet. I really wanted to pick up a coconut cream or chocolate cream pie.
I'm making a nice pizza pie for dinner! I just updated my original pi model B with a new (microcenter) sdcard and it's currently running PiHole.
I'm finding more things I can do with a Raspberry Pi!
I'm 3D printing a model of a car transmission for my nephew who likes gears and models.
I'm reminding everyone that Tau is superior: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jG7vhMMXagQ
(If you're building a movement, that is still building something.)
I'm thinking of making a smart mirror with a pi zero.
One that is reflective yet has text appear in it.
@Kuli831 Bro what is even happening here? I'm actually so curious
Hey @SeanM do we get to know who won?
That's a Raspberry Pi on the far right. Its GPIO pins are hooked up to two motor controller boards, maybe for a 3D printer or maybe some kind of robot.
Raspberry Pi lol, I was thinking to get a Raspberry Pi 4b, but nothing was available other than the ridiculous priced bundles
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