I have made a project quite unlike most Raspberry Pi projects. Instead of using a real Raspberry Pi, in this project I made a model of a Raspberry 3 B+ from LEGO bricks! The model captures most of the major details, but at a scaled up size. Because Raspberry Pi and LEGO are two of my favorite things, I thought it combined them nicely. LEGO IDEAS is a website, where people can post their creations to be voted upon. If a submission achieves 10,000 votes (called supports), it will then be reviewed by the LEGO IDEAS team. If chosen, it will become a real LEGO set! I submitted my Raspberry Pi 3 B+ on LEGO IDEAS. The reason I'm posting about it here, is to target the Raspberry Pi crowd, as they are more likely to vote for it. If you are interested, go to this link: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/4d41f07 ... 1ba65b02ad. If you like it, press the "support" button, to help it get to the 10,000 supporter milestone. It's free, and you can sign up with Facebook, Google, or your LEGO ID.
Here's an image of the LEGO Pi:
If you have questions or suggestions let me know here or on LEGO IDEAS.
Thank you for reading!