How to get started with your new Raspberry Pi
A turtle's-eye view of the ocean from a Pi Zero W
The Call of Crochethulhu
Pi for Newbies, makes games in C++, and the first ever Raspberry Pi Annual!
Bring on the presents!
I'll have a vowel, please, Rosie
Deck the halls with Christmas #cheerlights
The Food, Poo, Love Machine, and other baby-centred builds
Gorgeous refurb of a 1930s Westinghouse wireless
Defenders of the earth
2000 Dojos, and no sign of slowing down
Christmas present ideas for everyone
Resuscitate your old toys and gadgets
Ho ho ho!
Access ALL the pins!
The latest desktop release for Raspbian and Debian
Learn to decipher the mysteries of wiring diagrams!
All I want for Christmas is brand-new resources
Raspberry Pis, assemble
New super resources for your cluster computer
200 pages of the very best Raspberry Pi projects, tutorials, and reviews
HackSpace magazine issue 1 is finally here!
Getting physical with computing can be a catalyst for creativity
Never end up with a peeling print again!
Practical advice on all things Code Club
Switch to a handheld coding device
Weather data has never looked so fancy
Anatel-approved Raspberry Pi now available in Brazil
Simple hands-on circuits for everyone
Meet The Raspberry Pi Guy
An important study of the state of computing in UK schools
Speedy installs on Raspbian, courtesy of Ben Nuttall
Testing the air in the streets of Lima
Add to your maker library
Mornings never seemed so easy
Look out, Starbucks!
Magical 3D music visualisation
Enter if you dare
Zombae, zombae, zombae-ae-ae-ae...
Welcome to the Fantasy Zone — get ready!
Let there be spooky, nightmarish light!
Sure plays a mean pinball...
Halloween is coming, Halloween is coming, Halloween is coming...
The latest trend from R'lyeh Fashion Week
A fully functional pocket-sized laptop
Come play with us!
Updates on the community-supported educational project
Tim Rowledge on the case
Pennywise would be proud
Open-source low-cost dynamic Braille display
Order yours by Sunday 15 October!
Towards gender parity
The singularity starts here
Get your zombie-spotting gear here!
Are you winking at me?
Open-source low-cost fingerprint detection
Pull the plug!
A long way from Super Mario Land
An AI for live piano accompaniment
LEGO and Raspberry Pi — a match made in maker heaven
All you can Sense HAT
May not be ideal for cat owners
More students than ever can run their code in space
What's 'sugar high' in Swedish?
Much cuter than ED-209
WE WANT COOKIES!
We're sending more stuff to the ISS
Pi 3 not titchy enough? This'll help
It's okay to say it's cute, yes?
Bring old home movies back to digital life!
Breaking records year after year...
...plus a sneak at the next challenge
Don't look at the sun, look at the data
Create your game world, animate your characters, build your physics model
Print a GIF?!
Code Club expands with new resources to support children up to age 13
Another skill to add to your maker belt
New term, new issue of the computing magazine for educators
Make something amazing with your Pi Zero W
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Who has time to solve these?!
Help us make our videos more accessible
Get your right correct and your light right
Because why not!
Give your toy some video-game upgrades
Is there anybody out there?
Alex is still looking for a Pi Towers volunteer to recreate this build
The Stretch version of Debian comes to Raspbian
From Pi projects to PhD study
Google Assistant gets a facelift
Astro Pi flight cases - now with added 'awwwww' factor
Play video on multiple wonky monitors!
You spin me right round, baby, right round...
Raspberry Pi travels to more countries
You love it. We know.
Surf the programming learning curve
Has it really been this long?
Cases for all occasions
It's one small step for man, one giant leap for bedtime
Coding projects that are out of this world
Join us in running a global mega-Jam
Plus a new version of Raspbian for PCs!
Cheap, easily assembled, and autonomous
One o'clock, two o'clock, three o'clock, rock
More lovable than Arnie in Terminator 2
Better than just talking to a wall
One PiNet to rule them all...
They smashed it out of the park! Park - get it?
We heart it
Booting up a Raspberry Pi is just the beginning
Imagine you have eight theremins...
Brighter than the Texas sun
Beauty lies in the hands of the beer holder
Using an API on a Pi
Plane as day
The opposite of hacking
Never again at the mercy of unreliable public transport
An exploration of sound and cycling
What's on your mind?
A beautifully bare-bones build
Photons, bosons, gluons, pions...
The MagPi 59: The Raspberry Pi PC Challenge and 12 Summer Projects
125 countries and counting...
Scratch 2.0 comes to the Raspberry Pi
A streamline way to get your product compliance-tested
Our lastest Raspbian update brings you all sorts of goodies!
Wow, are we excited about joining this community!
Use the power of the brand
A shelf that's aware
I want candy!
That sound you're hearing is Alex's high-pitched squeeing
Pi-controlled motors in backpack straps aid navigation
Visualise your answers to personal questions
More selfies, less hassle
Take a walk on the bike side
In the distant future, someone will extract its DNA to clone a new Pi
Yes, but is it art?
Storm in a Pi-cup
Pi's got rhythm, Pi's got music!
It's like the Hotel California, but with tiny computers
Mission accomplished for the European Astro Pi challenge!
Bored of burning your fingertips? Let Laura show you how it's done.
This is the sort of exercise reward we're on board with!
The best publicity is live publicity
Honk honk beep squelch
The merger will give more young people the chance to learn to get creative with tech
Amazing Minecraft Pi projects, and more things to do with your AIY Voice Project in The MagPi 58
We've got all your DIY spy gadget needs covered
Issue 2 of Hello World is out now! Carrie Anne Philbin takes a look at what's inside...
At Pi Towers, we believe that failure is just a stepping stone to building something amazing
Security lessons from an eleven-year-old
Get your teeth into computer science with Carrie Anne and Crash Course
Tools for understanding the way you use energy, made in Wales
Code Clubs aren't just for school! We visit Tile Hill Library to learn more
Find out how major product makers are opening their arms to hobbyists
Julia: an open-source programming language for scientific computing, now available for Raspberry Pi
We've doubled the number of Code Clubs to over 10,000 worldwide. What's next?
Get creative with a souped-up sound card HAT for the Pi
Learn more about Code Clubs running in schools and libraries throughout Scotland
Want to hone your skills as part of a Pioneers squad? Read on...
How you folks have reacted to our special AIY Voice Projects Kit issue of The MagPi
Add voice interaction to your projects with this exclusive Google kit, only available with The MagPi
Today we're are announcing 13 new Pi Zero Distributors!
Find out what Code Club kids have to say about their club
From Issue 52, The MagPi magazine Community Profile introduces Let's Robot's Jillian Ogle
New and established Jams in different countries: how and why they got started
Ben Nuttall shares a round-up of recent Jam activities
Get your Jam on with our fantastic new resources!
Thinking about running a Pioneers event at your Raspberry Jam?
Do you like making things? Are you aged 11 to 16? The Pioneers challenge is ready for you!
Why buy a Raspberry Pi Zero audio HAT when Tinkernut can show you how to make your own?
Olivia went on a mission back home to prove that anyone can learn to code.
Why press a french press when the french press can press itself?
Acrophobia 1.0's mission to give a Raspberry Pi a nervous disposition is a rolling success
This clutch of eggs is due to hatch over the next two weeks
The latest video from The MagPi Magazine. What would you like to see next?
Cheap, portable kit for diagnostic imaging of the eye's interior
Delve into the world of Processing, the programming language for visual arts
A stunning steampunk laptop: brass goggles are optional!
The Sense HAT emulator gets an upgrade!
Build your own Crystal Maze at home with our free resources
Jannis Hermanns built a LEGO Macintosh Classic complete with an e-paper screen and Raspberry Pi Zero
The ghost in the (chess) machine is a Raspberry Pi
Use our free resources to celebrate your furry friends!
Giorgio Sancristoforo creates generative music with the Sense HAT
We asked 12- to 15-year-olds to make us laugh, and they didn't disappoint
We also test every Raspberry Pi operating system
Times Square in your office, content-controlled by Slack
Our All-Seeing Pi resource shows you how to build a tweeting photo booth with Snapchat-esque filters
Launch spells at your opponent with a real-life Raspberry Pi-powered Wizard Duel
On 1-2 April, Cambridge Raspberry Jam will be hosting Pi Wars 2017
European Astro Pi winners announced!
Anyone can use our free resources to extend their transferable skills
A Zelda-inspired home automation system controlled by an ocarina
With the Pi-powered JavaWatch system, there's ZERO reason for you to ever run out of coffee
Lorraine Underwood uses NeoPixels to light her stairs according to the temperature outside
From Issue 52, The MagPi Magazine Community Profile explores RasPi.tv's own Alex Eames
The arrival of the Raspberry Pi Zero W is perfectly timed for IoT
3.141592653589793238...and 200g of flour
Find out what happened at Raspberry Pi's fifth birthday party
Greet visitors with your choice of audio
This Pi-powered baby busy board will keep a baby busy...and not bored!
Engaging and supporting girls on International Women's Day
Wellington Duraes uses a Pi and readily available retro content to build a TV Time Machine
Dr Lucy Rogers uses a Raspberry Pi and e-cigarette to create legal indoor fireworks
A simple, resilient instrument for children's musical therapy
We loved your response to the Zero W so much that we've written this blog about it
Pi Zero W, PiGRRLs, Alexabots, and much more in issue 55 of The MagPi
A wireless version of the ultra-low-cost Raspberry Pi Zero
A year of amazing achievements from the Raspberry Pi community
1000 teachers, librarians and others are equipped to share the power of digital making
Stent-testing medical robot uses Raspberry Pi and machine vision to control the test
From Issue 51, The MagPi Magazine Community Profile explores the quirky builds of Matt Reed
Matthew Leigh took the aged cassette deck from an old Ferrari and brought it into 2017
A Cambridge-based theme pack for PIXEL
It’s the Raspberry Pi Foundation and Code Club’s fifth birthday!
VNC Connect makes it easy to remotely access your Pi from anywhere
Matt Richardson on how education with computers should continue well into adulthood.
Josh King upgrades the simple name badge into an e-ink masterpiece.
Certified Educator Grace Owolade-Coombes welcomes young coders with autism and Tourette's
Emotional Reality: a Pi-powered glimpse into the mind of another
Encouraged by the continued success of the original MeArm kit, the team are back with the MeArmPi
Pierre Muth builds PolaPi-Zero, an adorable Pi-powered, Polaroid-esque camera
Mark Safer Internet Day with our responsible projects
MAAS Powerhouse Museum use a Raspberry Pi to visualise the theremin
Fake cases are appearing on Alibaba - make sure yours isn't one of them
Learn what we shared with educators from around the world at the Bett Show 2017
Concrete Jungle are using a Raspberry Pi to figure out when urban fruit is ready for picking
Questionable practices in aquaculture
Thanks to YouTubers Hacker House, users can remotely unlock a door via a smartphone app
Digital making outside the classroom
Magic mirrors, IR nature watchers, command line basics, and more
The Raspberry Pi Foundation launches Hello World magazine, a new, free resource for educators
Using an LTE shield and Raspberry Pi, Mahmut turns a drone into a YouTube Live-steaming device.
Google has exciting plans for Raspberry Pi in 2017 - help them by filling out this survey!
Helping people everywhere to learn new skills
Pat Peters documents his build of a working Weasley Clock, a Harry Potter-inspired location tracker.
We'll welcome educators from around the world to more than 50 events
Wordery used the Raspberry Pi to make warehouse automation simple and flexible
Bringing Compute Module into the Raspberry Pi 3 era
Coming to cities around the UK
CEO Philip Colligan shares plans to inspire young makers, support educators and grow our community
From Issue 50, The MagPi Magazine Community Profile highlights Michael Horne and Tim Richardson
Piet Rullens turned his holiday footage into a creative project for his wall.
We reveal our first ever Pioneers challenge
Meet the Interactive POV Globe from the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering.
Highlights of the Raspberry Pi builds on Bob Clagett's I Like To Make Stuff YouTube channel
Innovative dunking mechanism
2017's most unsettling post so far. (We set a low bar.)