Merry Christmas! Got a new Pi? Read on!
Grab the latest edition of the official Raspberry Pi magazine, The MagPi, today!
Christmas fun and games with the Sense HAT
Our favourite Christmas lights project of 2015
Zapping the Dark Side
A high-school girl from America brings coding to a school in rural India
Some Scottish Jam
Need a gift for the Pi-lover in your life? Start here!
Gorgeous persistence of vision project from Adafruit
Conductive paint activity board
Make Games with Python with The MagPi's latest Essentials e-book
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...
Pis in space!
Pi Wars - a Jam-packed robotics guest post from 10-year-old Femi
Easy timelapse for nocturnal pets
Official calendar, with bonus February 29!
The Astro Pi flight hardware launch is tonight!
The latest set of changes to the Foundation's Raspbian image
What it's like setting up a hardware business from scratch
Keeping tabs on the office pet
This was a triumph.
A Raspberry Pi for $5
Alex is ten. Here's his amazing school project.
Physical computing just got a whole lot more accessible with this one weird trick
Cracking projects to help beginners and intermediate programmers enjoy this year's Hour of Code
200 pages collecting issues 31-35 of The MagPi. The perfect Christmas gift!
Our Gordon Hollingworth judges York undergrads in the Raspberry Pi Challenge
An awesome army of volunteers took Raspberry Pi to MozFest 2015
The Raspberry Pi Foundation education team trains 25 of Barclays' Digital Eagles
The MagPi issues one to 30 are now available on our digital apps, for free
Bringing visual arts coding to Raspberry Pi
Watch Fran Scott blow stuff up with Raspberry Pi ... for Science!
CAS hubs allow educators, developers and industry experts to meet up. We hosted our first last week.
Pi fans meet up at booksellers across the United States
Astro Pi competition winner Hannah on peak-time TV with astronaut Tim Peake
The new Astro Pi website is now live and packed full of space-age awesome
Yasmin Curren reflects on the exciting possibilities of a tool for creative coding
Conquer the command line with The MagPi's new Essentials e-book
Raspberry Pi Foundation and Code Club join forces
Learn to solder and control LEDs with your Raspberry Pi using this fun wintry kit!
Raspberry Pi workshops for young people in London, 6-8 Nov
Try our independent learning activities, lesson plans and schemes of work
More spooky shenanigans than you can shake an SD card at
Meet other community members and check out The MagPi in print!
Raspberry Pi weather station update
What it’s like to enter the world of digital making as a beginner
An update on the Astro Pi mission
Raspberry Pi cyber-weaponry
Raspberry Pi Compute Module in CubeSat on-board computers
A round up of events following our free High Altitude Ballooning CPD
The largest ever student hackathon
A simplified platform for the elderly
A conversing K-9, multi-functional sonic screwdrivers and a TARDIS that's flown to the stratosphere
Raspberry Jam Berlin take us to our first European Maker Faire
HomoFaciens captures the September supermoon eclipse with a Raspberry Pi camera
Scratch is now faster and has built-in GPIO support
Soldering Sunday is raising funds for Buzz, a fun educational kit, on Kickstarter.
New Yorkers go hands-on with the new display, Sense HAT, Astro Pi, and The MagPi
Final preparations with the Astro Pi units. They launch in 10 weeks!
PyConUK is one of the Education Team's favourite events of the year
A favourite project revisited
A new version of Raspbian is now available
Synthesizing audio representations of mineral patterns
New Windows 10 Core Starter Pack for Raspberry Pi 2 - great projects for getting started
Monitor your environment with a gas- and particulates-sensing HAT
Boldly going, and all that jazz
Retro gaming with strings attached
Meet us at the Faire!
A new HomoFaciens tutorial
A humane solution
You can do the cube, but you don't have to.
We've beenworking on an education programme with the British Embassy in Tallinn
How not to hack the Raspberry Pi display
How will a Raspberry Pi look, ten years from now?
The official Raspberry Pi touch display is available now
Sonic Pi creator Sam Aaron teaches Radio 1 and 1Xtra's DJ MistaJam to live code music
Get new Raspberry Pi robot challenges delivered monthly
Arcade machine in a barrel
MATLAB and Simulink student suite
Fish tank temperature probe
How many programmers does it take to change a light bulb? None, that's a hardware problem.
For all your bananapiano needs
Buy real spacefaring hardware for your own experiments
Breathing new life into computing from the 60s
Astro Pi: Mission Update 5
An update to Skycademy, our free High Altitude CPD
A Kickstarter robotics course
What's more amazing than a talking dog? A spelling bee!
Giving old hardware new life
Education Pioneer Carrie Anne visit to Australia and Singapore
A Raspberry Pi ascends to 5.1km and videos the trip
Watch Carrie Anne, James and Ben's talks from this year's EuroPython conference
Slow-mo video FOR SCIENCE
Galleries are creepy places at night
Identifying bats by their echolocation calls
This month's MagPi extravaganza of hardware fun from Mike Cook
What would a solar eclipse look like on Mars?
Marc is very excited to get stuck into creating new learning resources
Monitor acoustic events underwater, save the whales
Here's the stuff we've been up to at Pimoroni since the last time we updated
The new issue is here and you can buy it in print today!
A Kindle, a Pi and some rubber bands
70s electronic toy meets millennial arcade classic
Free teacher training: [email protected] comes to Birmingham!
A helping hand for the tooth fairy
Pigeon racing, with added Pi
A build for audiophiles
A beautifully over-engineered alarm clock
Philip Colligan has survived his first couple of weeks at Pi Towers
We're hopelessly out-cooled
Minecraft with hammers
That's Waldo for those of you not in the UK.
The second annual Pi Wars - apply now!
A milestone for OSMC
Dance the night away with Dan Aldred
Video robot tutorial series
It's too darn hot.
Remote dog training
Pi-powered wildlife camera
A new issue, and news about the print version!
Grow your own chickens
Simplifying chicken husbandry
Just how big ARE dwarf planets?
Our free high altitude CPD takes place in Cambridge in August
One-way internet from space
Play a familiar game using nothing but the power of your mind
An absolute brute of a little robot
Gordon takes us on a whirlwind tour of injection moulding
A bird's eye view from a kite
We're excited to bring our professional development program stateside!
Digging deep into public data with the Wolfram Language
Monitor your beverage stock from anywhere in the world
Announcing the first EuroPython Education Summit
Adafruit building Arduino in the USA
Our free CPD for teachers takes place next in Cambridge in July
Teenagers build a wheelchair control system that uses eye movements
Hands-on learning with circuit boards and electric paint
Seeking creative, DIY girls who can make something BIG with small technology
Free download - tutorials, projects and much more!
The Raspberry Pi as movie extra
Make your own 128-voice sampler
A project from some of our Creative Technologists at the Art Hackathon
Astro Pi Mission update 3
No blog today, move along, nowt to see here.
Getting started with IoT
Pocket PiGRRL - RetroPie in your pocket
Tech Hero Awards 2015
Two factor authentication safe deposit box
TEDsters pose with the iconic logo and capture it with help from Raspberry Pi.
Modulo: a simple, modular solution for building electronic devices
A price cut for fans of Raspberry Pi 1
The Raspberry Pi Sense HAT
Details and pictures of the Astro Pi flight case
A chillingly competent attempt at world domination
Happy Scratch Day 2015
Details of the next set of user interface changes to the Raspbian desktop
Beyond the ribbon cable!
Kid hacking Dad's computer from her Raspberry Pi
Get to know the 2015 Raspberry Pi Creative Technologists!
What's been going on with the Astro Pi competition?
Free to download, and packed with goodies!
New developer preview has landed
The Raspberry Pi Foundation's new CEO
Many learning opportunities to be had at a Picademy near you in the South West!
A big boy did it and ran away.
Battery-powered, wireless LAN plotter
Steam Machines for those on a budget
The Benton Park Planets Suite
Affordable setup for photography fans
View CPU load remotely
An Amazonian biome, complete with weather
Alarm your family with mechanised farting
Nicholas Tollervey talks Pi in his Python in Education book
Launching [email protected], our latest teacher training, thanks to Google!
Make your own homebrew smartphone
First-year splendiferousness from Imperial College Chemistry students
Comprehensive home monitoring and automation
Automating a mushroom grow
Giving the Tin Man a heart
We accidentally sent a Pi into space
70 pages of essential Raspberry Pi knowledge and know-how
Pi-based engineering and tech education for school students in Mongolia
Teeny-tiny home automation
Compact power and power management, solar version also available
Thank you for making us feel less alone
Photos, videos and measurements captured during Friday's partial eclipse
Centralised user accounts and file storage for your Raspberry Pi classroom
The story of how Raspberry Pi became a key component in this kit.
A doorbell that phones you, texts you and streams video
Dave Akerman helps cover the eclipse for the BBC, with some Pis
The education team are taking Picademy to the National STEM Centre in York
The first Compute Module Kickstarter product to reach backers
Launching a new creative PCB board - DOTS!
Partnership with BBC Make it Digital
The Star Wars Death star scene animated in Minecraft Pi
Carrie-Anne Philbin on BBC Technobabble
Find an event near you to celebrate Raspberry Pi!
Flight Hardware Technical Specifications for the Astro Pi HAT
A light organ built into a guitar pedalboard
Pianos as PlayStation controllers
What Mythic Beasts did one Monday last month
We're aching all over. That was a great weekend.
For once, the cake is not a lie!
All change at The MagPi
Display street maps with your Raspberry Pi.
Introducing our new Creative Technologists youth programme
Our newest member of Raspberry Pi Education Team - Welcome James!
Most romantic project EVER.
Possibly the best thing on the entire internet
Answers about open source and the display board
Video of Eben from RS Components
Gather round to discuss the results of the Sonic Pi competition
Get the MagPi Vol 3 in print, and Issue 30 out now
We're touting celebratory events across the United States.
Get your school involved!
More fun for your money with Pi 2
How does the Pi 2 stack up?
A Pi2 roundup
The newest addition to the Raspberry Pi family
Student-made video games in the English literature classroom
Music and code from kids in Leeds
More details on our big birthday event!
A big thank you to all who came to see us at BETT
An interactive installation powered by Raspberry Pi
A new Kickstarter from Pimoroni
A refreshed look and feel to our free learning resources
Live from Tennessee Aquarium
Fran will be performing her show #Error404: The Explosions-based computing show
Is this the youngest Pi tutorial maker yet?
Raspberry Pi turns three (three!) next month and we would love you to come to our birthday party!
More from Andy Proctor
Research into real-time learning and control
Join us for talks, workshops and more
Home-made arcade controllers
How to hack your staircase
Watch from anywhere in the world
Hello! I'm Matt Richardson, the newest member of the Raspberry Pi team.
Full DIY instructions
A better toolchain for GPGPU on Pi