What to do with your Christmas Pi...
Estefannie introduces us to the world of 'digital baking'
Free DVD with The MagPi enables you to run PIXEL on your PC and Mac
Our desktop environment for x86 machines
Automate your response to this year's Christmas cracker jokes
In March, both the Raspberry Pi Foundation and Code Club will be turning five. Join our celebration.
Write your next masterpiece without distractions, thanks to the Scripto
The holidays can be a time for digital making with family
Slack client developed for Commodore 64 uses Raspberry Pi to translate the API
The rock-shaped Nest sat snug on top of Table Mountain, hiding away a musical secret.
Train anywhere in the world with the Raspberry Pi Foundation!
Peeqo; your new GIF-powered office assistant
From Issue 49, The MagPi Magazine Community Profile shines a light on Zach Igielman
Your Raspberry Pi Christmas Shopping List is here!
3D print your own Raspberry Pi and Code Club decorations
Train with the Raspberry Pi Foundation anywhere in the world!
British Engineer Andy Moxon offers up a lowdown of Kosovo's first ever Pi Wars event.
Pick an exciting project for your Hour of Code challenge!
Details of some security changes we have made to our Raspbian image
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city through your desktop or mobile phone
Jelly Babies, laser cutters and trench foot at MozFest 2016
Let's get it on!
The MagPi Christmas Special is packed with fun, festive projects
Solve challenges using digital making and win awesome prizes!
A 64-bit OS for Raspberry Pi
The Official Raspberry Pi Projects Book Volume 2 is on sale now
The Computer Aid turns a Raspberry Pi into a portable router
An assistive loom powered by Raspberry Pi
This pressure-sensing football can help rebuild neural networks.
Matt Richardson tells his story of going from hobbyist to career maker
Capture tonight's supermoon with a Raspberry Pi
The University of York challenges new students to a Raspberry Pi-off
Nicole He explores the sweet spot of video game controlling.
Good day? Bad day? Kittens!
See you later, boi.
There may be such a thing as too much IoT...
Spinach, carbon nanotubes and landmines
Dr. William Bell reports from the CERN Coding Pi Science event, with a guest appearance from Babbage
Joshua Krosenbrink's World of Light shows worldwide website feedback in a stunning way
Portrait? Landscape? It doesn't matter with the FlipFrame rotating picture frame!
"Sisters, All Hallow's Eve has become a night of frolic, where children wear costumes and run amok!"
Learn new coding skills with The MagPi magazine's burgeoning book range
Create a realistic lighting effect for your Halloween pumpkin
Robots, arcade machines, underwater cameras, C tutorials, Halloween projects, and more!
Saving eyesight in India with a Raspberry Pi-powered ophthalmoscope
Secure your Pi from Dirty COW
Dodging parking fines with Raspberry Pi and computer vision
Mike Smith adds light to his vinyl collection and music selection
Sisyphus is Bruce Shapiro's amazing Pi-powered kinetic art piece
Brand-new special Educator's Edition of The MagPi launched, packed full of inspiration!
You'll never believe who this Nintendo Entertainment System grew up to be...
Matt Richardson explains how the first ten million Pis will have lasting effects
The team headed to Maker Faire New York to check out what's new in the world of making and hacking
Build digital signage systems etc
Learn the most popular coding language in the world
It's hands-free time with the recent update to the Alexa Voice Service (AVS) API
Ten weird facts...sorry. We'll stop now.
A royal celebration of ten million Raspberry Pis and our amazing community
Laura, Dan, Lorna, and Lauren bring some Pi love to Glasgow
Bloomberg Business's Hello World sent Ashlee Vance to cover Raspberry Pi (and punt)
Inspiring entries and fantastic winners in the element14 Pi IoT Smarter Spaces Design Challenge
Students and teachers across Europe can enter our new Astro Pi challenge: run your code in space!
YouTuber mrfid72 discovered evidence of a little furry critter occupying his shed so grabbed his Pi.
Enter a room to your own theme music with Doorjam
We celebrate our 50th issue with 50 amazing builds
The new desktop environment for Raspbian
A vintage movie camera gets a new lease of life thanks to a Raspberry Pi Zero and Camera Module
Zach fits a RetroPie Zero within a NES cartridge for ultimate respect points
Florian built a two-metre tall sunrise lamp alarm to help him wake up slowly
David Pride took inspiration from a £1 toy and built a set of air drums using Wii Remotes
Daniel Chote built walkie-talkies for his kids, and the Pi team 'bingeflixed' Stranger Things
Clodagh O'Mahony created a dress to quantify physical social interaction for her thesis
Tempest in a teacup
Help us, we're melting.
Exploring Raspberry Pi’s role in the transformation of libraries in the digital age
We'll train 300 educators and add more cities in 2017
A machine for nostalgia. Revel in the bleeps and bloops.
Control a marionette with your Raspberry Pi and Simon Monk's nifty kit.
Play with a free Sense HAT on your Raspberry Pi desktop!
We've sold 10 million computers, and to celebrate we're launching an official starter kit
The MagPi is now available in Germany. Here's how to get Das offizielle Raspberry Pi Magazin today!
Drag-and-drop custom Raspberry Pi SD card setup for your Mac or PC
Using deep learning to grade vegetables
Becky uses a Pi Camera to identify her noisy neigbours
14-year-old James builds Gran Check to relieve worries for the elderly
Dominique Laloux provides Western Africa with more opportunity
Run your containers on Raspberry Pi with official Raspbian Jessie support
A retro phone becomes a Pi-powered book recommendation device
Also take one small step and make your own Apollo Pi
A magical A Level project from Bethanie Fentiman
We want your input on our celebratory feature
Replace your boring car radio with a multi-functional carputer
The power of polycrop farming in the smallest of spaces, powered by a Pi 3
Learn simple electronics with GPIO Zero
Detect earthquakes with your Raspberry Pi
Space animations, Astro Pi and temp tattoos at Camp Bestival
How software support is critical to Raspberry Pi’s success
Art and science join forces to make air pollution visible
A Swiss retailer uses Raspberry Pis and the Touch Display in their showrooms.
A summary of the Astro Pi science results
Play with a free Sense HAT in your browser!
Skycademy 2016 or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Firing Range
A look at the new Ethernet boot mode
A look at the new USB mass storage boot mode
I'm on a boat!
OpenROV's Trident underwater drone has a Raspberry Pi inside.
Pi Wars - adult and school teams are invited to enter!
Eastlea Community School weather station
We also invite you to the Scratch Olympics
Join us for a day of tinkering!
Code your own driverless race car with Pi Zero and PiBorg!
Zing! Kapow! Mint! Newt!
Bees are important. Bees are important. Bees are important.
Hacking and Making with Minecraft, out now!
Rocket man James Dougherty sends the Pi to the sky with Rocket-Pi
Bopping the night away to disco Star Wars
IoT builds that we have run out of adjectives for
Steph's new at Pi Towers. We're turning her into a maker.
Compete in the Scratch Olympics!
You can be my wingman any day.
Arnav Sharma's award-winning asthma monitoring kit
A smartwatch, clad in collectable pleather
A very neat Pi Zero hack
Raspberry Pi visits the American Library Association's annual conference and exhibition.
A spot of home automation from the forums
Another brilliant Adafruit project
Hamster-powered, hamster-drawing plotter
Classroom computing in Southend
Get a free poster and Astro Pi mission patch exclusively in issue 47!
A game England might actually be good at
Ever wondered how our organisation works? Find out here.
Learn to code on your Raspberry Pi with Scratch and the team behind the official Pi magazine
As Tim Peake's mission comes to an end, what will become of our Astro Pis, Ed and Izzy?
Alexa IoT projects win prizes
The coolest of projects from CoderDojos around the world
Producing clean drinking water with a Raspberry Pi, some simple chemicals, and sunlight
This projects gets a ? from us
Raspberry Pi and Google create beautiful poetry together
Teaching coding to hearing impaired young people in Mexico City
Our spacefaring Raspberry Pis face their toughest challenge yet. Who can help them?
A spot of history, and a masterclass event
Dave's been at it again: here's how the new Zero with camera performs at altitude.
Our Creative Technologists' year in (mostly) pictures
A bluetooth-controlled motorised skateboard. Take that, hills.
Including the biggest Raspberry Pi we've seen!
An Earthbound planetary rover
Google DeepMind donates $100 000 of AlphaGo's prize to Code Club
Output from old and new infrared camera boards
3D images that hang in the air
A single-hand keyboard using Raspberry Pi and GPIO Zero
Make your house a smart home with Raspberry Pi and OpenHAB
All balloons, all the time. We are ready to launch and currently accepting applications.
Learn electronics with the Raspberry Pi and much more
Mapping a marathon with a Raspberry Pi (and a donations buzzer)
A message from Tim Peake about the Astro Pi Coding Challanges
CNC machines too expensive? Build your own!
Image identification in real time - imagine the possibilities!
Get started with Node-RED - as easy as ringing a bell
A camera that takes somebody else's pictures
All your most commonly asked Picademy questions answered
Lots more Zeros in stock, with a new feature added
Details of what has changed in the latest Raspbian release
Swap out your remote control for a nonchalant wave of the hand
Importing weather from the Cayman Islands to your aquarium
Make a tropical plant habitat regulated by a Pi 3 and an Energenie Pi-Mote
New VNC from RealVNC remotes everything on every Pi
Why you should apply for the Principia Schools Conferences
PIK3A, a retrogaming IKEA hack
Passionate and enthusiastic educators to the front of the line!
An independent network for Syria
Amazing digital making by teams from schools
Also inside: NeoPixels, SenseHAT science, arcade machines, and more!
A custom console with an elegant approach to parental control
A personalised media player for a kid with autism spectrum disorder
Raspberry Pi in an NHS trial
Announcing our new upgraded camera boards, based on the Sony IMX219 sensor
Software optimisations making Scratch on the Raspberry Pi run like greased lightning.
Archiving and playing old games in a museum environment
In Part 2 of Ed and Izzy's story, our intrepid computers get to work in space!
Celebrating makers and innovators across Europe
Adafruit are at it again
Laura's been at the Edinburgh Mini Maker Faire. Here's what she did there.
Our favourite Pi Zero gaming hack so far
Grow your own fish, and potatoes to make the chips
The results of the Astro Pi Coding Challanges are in! Are you a winner?
Intelligent cat exerciser
Join us in Newcastle for Picademy or Code Club Teacher Training
Crowdsourcing the world's largest cosmic ray telescope
Hound-releasing as a service
Blending analog and digital technology
Hosting this website on Pi 3s
Power up your life in issue 44 of The MagPi, the official Raspberry Pi magazine
Your very own, adaptable Star Trek user interface
Building your own virtual assistant
We loved meeting old friends and new at SXSW!
Raspberry Pi Oracle weather stations shipped
You've printed some great flight cases. Your new challenge is to hack the design.
Submit your Sonic Pi tunes and MP3 player code by noon on 31 March
Low-power, USB-connected, 314 GB hard drive
All the fun of the 1980s, incl. full colour instructions
Code Clubs aren't just for schools!
An untried platform, a modified software stack, a peak-traffic day. What could possibly go wrong?
Happy Pi Day! Here's ScummVM for Raspberry Pi.
Our Creative Technologists reveal their work on 23 April in Cambridge
All about Raspberry Pi's big birthday bash
Small, stackable independent motor control for Pi Zero
Raspberry Pi celebrates International Women's Day
Astro Pis Ed and Izzy star with Tim Peake in new video from the ISS
We heard you wanted them in print. Here they are!
Stats, specs, benchmarks for the Pi 3 along with news, projects and reviews
Apply to join us for the next Picademy in the USA
Happy birthday to us!
It's our 4th/1st birthday on Monday!
A new resource from Dan "watch the capitalisation" Aldred.
Robot claw wants to play
Raspberry PiLab - a travelling computer laboratory as a solution for PyCon Namibia
15 awesome games for Raspberry Pi, free to to download and play!
Get news, projects and articles from the Raspberry Pi community in your inbox every Friday
A quick, simple set up for a locally viewable live stream
Out now with physical and LEGO projects
Fantastic project found in our forums
Fantastic, full, free games from the GameMaker community
Tim Peake needs code for an MP3 player and some tunes to play. Can you help?
Creative computing with Raspberry Pis, bangs and bananas
Packed workshops, thousands of conversations and a Raspberry Jam
Updates, bug fixes - and one other thing...
You've been asking for it for almost a year now!
You won't believe that a $5 computer can do this one weird thing.
Plying the lakes of the Netherlands
With new coding challenges you can take part in!
We also have ten great HATs for you to check out!
Has anybody seen the sticky tape?
Ouch my back
Stop signs, traffic lights and more
And it's all thanks to you!
Where would the internet be without cats?
A peaceful spot in a busy city
Avoiding mud in Southend-on-Sea
It's space time!
There's a warm seat waiting for you at Pi Towers
Bringing free educational software to vulnerable children in Mali
Customisable physical dashboard. Your desk will never be the same again.
Voice-activated personal assistant from a 13-year-old inventor
Teachers! Apply to become a Raspberry Pi Certified Educator.
Inspiring Pi Zero projects
Human versus Sense HAT
Welcoming new colleagues - and some job ads
Come and celebrate with us!
Our professional development workshop is coming to Mountain View, CA!
Photograph things in the distance
Come and meet us at this year's Bett show!
Extraordinary technology that makes a difference