Contest: What’s your Raspberry Pi “Recipe”? Update: WINNER ANNOUNCED */?> Contest: What’s your Raspberry Pi “Recipe”? Update: WINNER ANNOUNCED

Posted by · February 27, 2013 12:03 pm



*Congratulations to our winner, William, aka wfranzin! William won with his idea to create and automotive diagnostic computer and data logger.

“It’s time to turn that old ‘check engine’ light into ‘check the Pi,'” says William.

We can’t wait to see the finished product next month!! Thank to everyone who entered.

In 2012 we saw some amazing innovations with the little-computer-that-could, the Raspberry Pi. From a tiny learning tool to teach kids to program, to servers built with Legos, this piece of hardware is the new secret ingredient for infinite possibilities. Developers and hobbyists worldwide are taking advantage of the affordability and usability.

The $35 Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi Computer

What would you do if you had one of your own to build a new piece of tech with? There’s a voice-activated garage door opener and a phone adapter to block robocalls. You could build a great lifehack, something to entertain yourself, or ace a college class with an awesome Raspberry Pi based project.

We have the perfect motivation to get your project started! A Raspberry Pi model B to give away to the most creative idea! Plus, the winner will receive $100 to order parts from to piece together their plan. Then, we’ll feature your invention on the EE Blog!

How to Enter to Win

  • Submit your original idea by filling out the form below with a short description of what you’d like to design and build with a Raspberry Pi. Send in your “proposal” by March 15th.
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  • Once we send you, the winner, the computer and the gift card, you have one month to complete your project and send us photos and a description of how you completed your design for us to share with the EE community on the EE blog.

Contest Rules

The winner of the Raspberry Pi model B and $100 gift card will be announced March 13th on the EE Blog as well as the newsletter.