The MagPi magazine #96
The MagPi magazine #96
The MagPi magazine #96
The MagPi magazine #96
The MagPi magazine #96
The MagPi magazine #96
The MagPi magazine #96

The MagPi magazine #96

£5.99

25 no-nonsense projects in the latest edition of The MagPi magazine. Plus! Run Windows 98 software, create an oscilloscope, and build the ultimate home music system.

  • 25 No-problem projects. Put a new Raspberry Pi to good use with these inspiring, but doable projects. 
  • Build the ultimate home music system. Want house-wide audio without the price tag? PJ Evans has you covered with a Raspberry Pi touchscreen system that beats professional builds hands down. 
  • Robot car test. We’ve got our hands on a PiCar-V Kit V2.0 and put it through its paces. Is this four-wheeled wonder the right robot for you?
  • 10 summer projects. Beat the heat with these Raspberry Pi builds.
  • Run Windows 98 software. Boot Raspberry Pi to Windows 9x and run classic software with DOSBox-X. KG Orphanides has all the information you need to get the classic Windows experience on Raspberry Pi.
  • Stop motion and selfies with the High Quality Camera. Add a shutter button to your camera and use it to take pictures and shoot stop motion video. 
  • Secure remote access. Access a Raspberry Pi remotely while keeping the open port hidden from prying eyes.
  • Raspberry Pi and Arduino oscilloscope. Mike Cook puts two boards together and samples signals at 1MHz. It’s a great build for audio work.
  • Make making accessible. Ensure that everyone can join in with the fun of your builds by making them accessible to the widest possible audience.
  • Learn C with Raspberry Pi. Discover the underlying principles of computing and learn a solid programming language with these books, tutorials, and courses.
  • Project Zed. The mighty robot being built by a talented maker in Uganda.
  • International Space Station Tracker. Use a Raspberry Pi and e-paper display to keep an eye on the space station’s whereabouts.
  • PiMowBot. The brilliant robotic lawn-mower aiming to cut the grass for you.
  • OpenFlexure Microscope. Cutting the cost of disease detection with a 3D printed research-grade microscope.