It’s a public holiday here today (yes, again ). So, while we indulge in the traditional pastime of barbecuing stuff (ourselves, mainly), here’s a little trove of Pi projects that cater for our various furry friends. Project Floofball Nicole Horward created Project Floofball for her hamster, Harold
This project from Neil Mendoza harnesses the raw power of hamsters. Joji, hamster artist, has been equipped with a wheel that drives a Raspberry Pi-aided plotter. Whenever he uses his wheel, he is also powering…a hamster selfie.
Top 5 Raspberry Pi 3 Project Ideas DZone News The Raspberry Pi 3 can be used for loads of different projects, from feeding your pets to playing retro video games. RS Components put together an awesome quick video on Raspberry Pi project ideas that think a little more outside of the box
This is not a hamster.
Henry Conklin’s dog, Oliver, is one of those very vocal dogs who likes to try to let you know what he’s thinking. By barking. A lot.
Dave Young lives in Denver with a baby, a wife, and a dog called Penny. Penny’s a good dog (good dog, Penny!) – she’s a softie around the baby, walks to heel, and doesn’t destroy things.
Feed Pets on Demand with a Raspberry Pi -Controlled Food Dish Lifehacker If you're on vacation, or just have to work late, this Raspberry Pi -controlled pet feeder lets you take care of your pets on demand. We've covered a similar project before, but this one is a lot less janky looking, mostly because it's just a … and more