The 30 silliest Raspberry Pi projects

Teabag dunker

The Raspberry Pi has reimagined what's possible with low-cost computing: powering robots that clear landmines and conducting experiments in space.

The following projects are a trifle less lofty, not so much lowering the bar, as dropping it into the Mariana Trench. Here are perhaps the silliest Pi-powered creations around, projects with less 'wow' and a lot more 'why?', starting with one for tea lovers.

If your cupboards are cluttered with CD drives from long-deceased PCs, why not put them to work making the perfect cuppa.

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By Nick Heath

Nick Heath is chief reporter for TechRepublic. He writes about the technology that IT decision makers need to know about, and the latest happenings in the European tech scene.