In 2017 hackster.io ran a contest with Make called Make:’s Magically Mathematical Pi Day Contest. The theme was to make something Pi related. I made this game that tested how many digits of Pi you could remember. My entry won first prize.
I found this old intercom at an estate sale a few weeks ago. This week I took the insides of an Amazon Dash Wand and put them in to the intercom. Now when I press the talk button I can ask Alexa questions or control my home automation items such as the tv and thermostat.
Over the weekend I made a new Instructables guide for a Weather Forecast Cloud. It uses some neopixels cut off of a reel and a Raspberry Pi Zero. I am working on the code for other devices such as Raspberry Pi Sense hat and Pimoroni Blinkt. I will be putting the code up on GitHub later today once I clean it up some and test it.
I figured out how to use Autodesk Circuits this week and built a binary game that I have been wanting to make for a while. Its still has a few options I would like to add and some cleaning up of the code and wiring. But you can try it out if you want.