The next month will see the light MagPi magazine in its 50th issue, a round number that they want to celebrate with all their readers. That is why they are looking for the top 20 projects that have been built with Raspberry Pi to offer them in the next issue 50.
The truth is that this search is problematic because in addition to very good projects, the number is relatively for all projects that have been created with a Raspberry Pi board.
There are many useful projects that use the Raspberry Pi, from the famous raspberry plate cluster to a remote control car to the popular Astro Pi, the Raspberry Pi Foundation project trying to use the raspberry plate in Outer Space and use your data for teaching.
There are more famous projects with Raspberry Pi than the 20 that MagPi requests for its number 50
En the official website of Raspberry Pi We can find some of the most famous projects that exist and those that are occupying the first positions of the vote in MagPi. Projects that are becoming popular again through this vote like CandyPi. But personally I would vote for other projects like Pitendo, the Nintendo NES playback with Raspberry Pi or the Amazon Echo version that is made with the Alexa and Raspberry Pi software. And it goes without saying that my favorite project is Kindleberry Pi, a project that uses the Raspberry Pi as a minicomputer with a basic Kindle as an e-ink display monitor.
You can follow the results through the official website although we can wait for MagPi's 50th issue to come out, a magazine that continues with the promotion and dissemination of free technologies and Raspberry Pi. And you What project do you find the most curious? Which of these projects with Raspberry Pi would you choose as the winner?