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The MagPi Issue 142 (June 2024)

The MagPi Issue 142 (June 2024)

The MagPi Issue 142 (June 2024)
The MagPi Issue 142 (June 2024)
English | 100 pages | PDF | 10 MB
Raspberry Pi 5 introduced a PCI-express compatible connection enabling you to connect an M.2 SSD drive for huge file storage and super-speedy data transfer. Alongside a much faster processor, this makes Raspberry Pi 5 the ultimate choice for building a do-it-all media player. In this month’s edition of The MagPi, we do exactly that!

The MagPi Issue 141 (May 2024)

The MagPi Issue 141 (May 2024)

The MagPi Issue 141 (May 2024)
The MagPi Issue 141 (May 2024)
English | 100 pages | PDF | 16 MB

  • After tackling the PDP-8 and PDP11, Oscor Vermeulen goes mainframe with DEC's PDP-10. PJ Evans fires up the big iron.
  • Keen to delight family members, maker Rolf Jethon used Raspberry Pi to animate a puppet.
  • Got on old computer or piece of equipment but wont to print out graphics and text? David Crookes looks ot o device that connects retro machines to modern printers.

The MagPi Issue 140 (April 2024)

The MagPi Issue 140 (April 2024)

The MagPi Issue 140 (April 2024)
The MagPi Issue 140 (April 2024)
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 15.4 MB

  • Getting started with Raspberry Pi;
  • Passive Cooling Open CNC Case;
  • Ten amazing outdoor projects;
  • Add CD and floppy drives to Raspberry Pi 5

The MagPi Issue 139, March 2024

The MagPi Issue 139, March 2024

The MagPi Issue 139, March 2024
The MagPi - Issue 139, March 2024
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 15.5 MB
  • Get to know your Raspberry Pi;
  • Upcycle Sonos speakers – part 1;
  • Connect cameras and displays;
  • Argon ONE V3 M.2 NVMe;
  • 10 amazing Raspberry Pi 5 accessories

The MagPi Issue 138, February 2024

The MagPi Issue 138, February 2024

The MagPi Issue 138, February 2024
The MagPi Issue 138, February 2024
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 22.3 MB
  • Using an RTC on Raspberry Pi 5.
  • Create your own PCB.
  • Play games on a Beepy palmtop.
  • Make an old phone voice assistant.

The MagPi Issue 137, January 2024

The MagPi Issue 137, January 2024

The MagPi Issue 137, January 2024
The MagPi Issue 137, January 2024
English | 100 pages | PDF | 21.2 MB
  • Volcano-monitoring UV PiCam.
  • BlueROV2 R4.
  • Smart Vertical Farming.
  • Giant Fine-Art Game Boys.
  • Install an OS with Imager.
  • Design a circuit with KiCad.
  • Making music on Pico.

The MagPi - 12.2023

The MagPi - 12.2023

The MagPi - 12.2023
The MagPi Issue 136, December 2023
English | 100 pages | PDF | 27.4 MB
  • Complete Raspberry Pi Buyer's Guide.
  • Retro Pi World Radio.
  • Pico Bubble Machine.
  • Badger and Fox Deterrent.
  • Bullet Time Wedding Booth.
  • Cloud gaming on Raspberry Pi 5.

The MagPi - 11.2023

The MagPi - 11.2023

The MagPi - 11.2023
The MagPi Issue 135, November 2023
English | 100 pages | PDF | 23.6 MB
  • Using Ubuntu - part 1.
  • Introduction to MQTT.
  • Make a mecanum robot.
  • Build a Bluetooth torch remote.

The MagPi - 10.2023

The MagPi - 10.2023

The MagPi - 10.2023
The MagPi Issue 134, October 2023
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 24.5 MB
  • Giant Dot Matrix Printer.
  • Zelda Guardian security camera.
  • Make a low-cost oscilloscope.
  • Control a model railway.
  • Understanding camera modes.

The MagPi - 09.2023

The MagPi - 09.2023

The MagPi - 09.2023
The MagPi Issue 133, September 2023
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 13.6 MB

Retro computing enables us to experience a time when computers were more straightforward and more challenging. The modern technology stack is so detailed that it's hard to fully comprehend, whereas older computers are much easier to figure out. And the games were terrific. Nostalgia is powerful stuff, and the technical achievement of 1980s games, combined with the level of challenge, is incredible...

The MagPi - 08.2023

The MagPi - 08.2023

The MagPi - 08.2023
The MagPi Issue 132, August 2023
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 11.5 MB

We’re keen on making and learning here at The MagPi.
Citizen Science is an area where you can use Raspberry Pi to make a difference. From Shake earthquake detection to monitoring your environment, this issue is packed with good things to make and do.

The MagPi - 07.2023

The MagPi - 07.2023

The MagPi - 07.2023
The MagPi Issue 131, July 2023
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 12.5 MB

CDP Studio, a great software development tool for your home projects. Build systems for Raspberry Pi, use C++ or NoCode programming, open source libraries, out of the box support for GPIO, I2C, MQTT, OPC UA and more. Create beautiful user interfaces. Built for industrial control system development, Free home projects.

The MagPi - 06.2023

The MagPi - 06.2023

The MagPi - 06.2023
The MagPi Issue 130, June 2023
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 12.5 MB

Brew your own high-tech beer with Raspberry Pi and a Tilt hydrometer. Plus! Master Linux and the Command Line Interface to take control of your computer. All in the latest edition of The MagPi magazine.

The MagPi - 05.2023

The MagPi - 05.2023

The MagPi - 05.2023
The MagPi Issue 129, May 2023
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 24.4 MB

Get started with DIY home automation using Raspberry Pi. Install a home assistant, set up smart sensors and even create a fully-automated garage door. Then Get Fit with Raspberry Pi by hacking fitness devices! We’ve also got 40 pages of projects and tutorials this month: create your own GPT chatbot, build a Bluetooth music visualiser, and get started with the Camera Module.

The MagPi - 04.2023

The MagPi - 04.2023

The MagPi - 04.2023
The MagPi Issue 128, April 2023
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 20.1 MB

  • Beginning electronics: Introduction to microcontrollers.
  • Learn to Code with Python.
  • New Raspberry Pi Global Shutter Camera for machine vision and more.

The MagPi - 03.2023

The MagPi - 03.2023

The MagPi - 03.2023
The MagPi Issue 127, March 2023
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 17.6 MB

The MagPi is an online magazine dedicated to the Raspberry Pi created by the community for the community. It’s a great way to get to grips with learning how to program your Pi and how to get started on building hardware projects; it’ll also help you find out more about the community around the device and demystify the command line.

The MagPi - 02.2023

The MagPi - 02.2023

The MagPi - 02.2023
The MagPi Issue 126, February 2023
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 27.4 MB

Discover the brand-new Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 in the latest edition of The MagPi magazine. With super-fast autofocus, a 12-megapixel image sensor offering HDR and both regular and wide-angle options, Camera Module 3 provides a massive upgrade to Raspberry Pi imaging projects

The MagPi - 01.2023

The MagPi - 01.2023

The MagPi - 01.2023
The MagPi Issue 125, January 2023
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 27.8 MB

Get to grips with Raspberry Pi with our gigantic starter guide. Discover the strengths of each Raspberry Pi computer, experiment with Python code and basic electronics, and get up to speed with Linux and the Command Line. We’ve got everything you need to get up and running.

The MagPi - 12.2022

The MagPi - 12.2022

The MagPi - 12.2022
The MagPi Issue 124, December 2022
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 19.9 MB

Discover the ultimate Raspberry Pi buyer’s guide in the latest edition of The MagPi magazine. From sourcing Raspberry Pi computers and Pico microcontrollers to official accessories and third-party kits and projects. Treat yourself to the best a Raspberry Pi fan can get this holiday season!

The MagPi - 11.2022

The MagPi - 11.2022

The MagPi - 11.2022
The MagPi Issue 123, November 2022
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 15.1 MB

This month, we’re looking at wiring up your house with Raspberry Pi Pico W to build your own smart home. The small footprint and low power demand of Pico W, combined with its wireless LAN capabilities, make it ideal for dotting around the house to turn on and off gadgets. Fonsetuently, a wide range of home automation kits and project ideas have sprung up, and we thought it high time to see what is possible. So, if you fancy smart-lighting, face-tracking cameras, burglar alarms, and automated doors, this issue is for you.

The MagPi - 10.2022

The MagPi - 10.2022

The MagPi - 10.2022
"The MagPi" Issue 122, October 2022
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 19.1 MB

Discover retro gaming with Raspberry Pi Pico W in the latest edition of The MagPi magazine. Hack hardware, build handheld consoles and 1980s-style computers.

The MagPi - 09.2022

The MagPi - 09.2022

The MagPi - 09.2022
"The MagPi" Issue 121, September 2022
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 10.3 MB

From the contents:
  • Learn Electronics with Pico W
  • Case Study: Brompton Cycles
  • LEGO Reaction Wheel Pendulum
  • Autonomous Robotics Platform
  • Arducam 64MP Camera Module

The MagPi - 08.2022

The MagPi - 08.2022

The MagPi - 08.2022
"The MagPi" Issue 120, August 2022
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 11.7 MB

From the contents:
  • Pico Railway Clock
  • Pico PlayStation MemCard
  • SystemSix
  • VK-Pocket camera
  • Psion 5MX to Raspberry Pi Zero
  • Talkative Tube Dashboard

The MagPi - 07.2022

The MagPi - 07.2022

The MagPi - 07.2022
"The MagPi" Issue 119, July 2022
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 10.1 MB

From the contents:
  • Little Sun Gazer
  • GroundBIRD telescope
  • Saxophone light
  • OpenMower
  • Macintosh SE/30 Raspberry Pi
  • BirdNET-Pi
  • Night Camera

The MagPi - 06.2022

The MagPi - 06.2022

The MagPi - 06.2022
"The MagPi" Issue 118 (June) 2022
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 16.1 MB

From the contents:
  • Raspberry Pi Photography. Set up a Camera Module and build image-based projects. Capture, edit and adjust images with code and read through our time-lapse and batch-convert tutorials.
  • Craft wearable kit. Use tiny computers and microcontrollers to make tech projects you can carry around.
  • Build your own Vectrex Mini. Rediscover this classic console that played vector games.
  • The best face-tracking projects. Keep an eye on people with Raspberry Pi face-tracking builds.