The MagPi magazine #95
Build your own classic games console with Raspberry Pi 4 in the latest issue of The MagPi magazine. RetroPie has been updated for Raspberry Pi 4, and it’s the perfect time to rediscover classic games with the fastest, and most powerful Raspberry Pi ever made.
Inside The MagPi magazine #95
- Build a Raspberry Pi 4 games console. We’ve got the best cases, awesome controllers, and easy to use kit. Also a step-by-step guide to setting up RetroPie OS with Raspberry Pi 4, so you can run classic games. Plus! How to get games legally.
- Learn Computing & ICT at home. It’s a lot of fun telling computers what to do, but getting started can be intimidating. Here’s a gentle introduction to getting serious with computing.
- Build a DOS emulation system. Use the powerful DOSBox-X emulator to boot Raspberry Pi to DOS and run anything from Windows 3.11 to classic games
- Upcycle a vintage radio. Fed up with boring black-box Bluetooth speakers? Upcycle a vintage radio and give it a new lease of life.
- Share your keyboard and mouse. Use Barrier to move your mouse seamlessly from Raspberry Pi to the screen of another computer, and control both machines at once.
- Use an Inky wHAT display with Raspberry Pi. Make a great impression with a fancy e-ink name badge or custom display that subtly shows off your tech skills.
- Piano-Playing Robot. Discover a robot that can play scales, chords, arpeggios, or totally new musical scores.
- Singing Toilet. A trip to the washroom need no longer be boring. This musical instrument is played by pulling toilet paper from the roll.
- Migration Museum. How one museum comes to life when visitors linger near its artefacts.
- Helene Virolan interview. Meet the social entrepreneur encouraging more girls to get involved in tech.