New Pi? Read on!
RaspiTV live-blogs a bike dashcam project
How Tokyo Hackerspace helped Fukushima Prefecture residents
Make cool things with Python, and find out about the best Pi accessories
What happened to Destiny's missing soundtrack? This excerpt from Wireframe issue 4 explains
Making toddlers stay in bed, with SCIENCE
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
A new robotics HAT from Adafruit
It's the most wonderful time of the year: staff Picademy time!
Deck the halls with blocks of Minecraft
Check out the brand-new books from Raspberry Pi Press
X-Com creator's scare tactics
Ho ho ho!
Get your code on
Donate your old books to to our library
Learn everything you need to know about your new Raspberry Pi
Are they still in there?!
Help bring computing and digital making to youth all over the world
Bots bots bots
Six months later...
Teacher-turned-entrepreneur Marcos Navas on his journey after Picademy
Bank queues made more tolerable with literature
The latest on improvements and changes to Raspbian.
An early Christmas present
What the NCCE will deliver
Rest easy...behind a 3FA-secured door
Shake it up, baby now!
If it's not been tested, it's broken
Our magazine about games and game development
Unprecedented government funding for computing education in England
Splashingly good fun
Pssssk, poooowwww, baaaang
We have new bookazines out just in time for Christmas
Dance the light fantastic
Trick or treat, trick or treat...
Urgh my head
Will you be taking part?
Get your hands on a free copy of issue 1
Meow beep boop meow
Also inside: Coolest Projects, Maker Faire, Big Birthday Weekend, and much more!
Lights, camera, Raspberry Pi
Taking CoderDojo to the European Parliament in Brussels
In pursuit of the perfect pint
Watch TV with your Raspberry Pi
Fly me to the moon...
Smile for the SelfieBot
Wait, where am I meant to be right now?
Waterproof cases are our jam
Light me up!
Mum, save me from the crime!
Neat cable and power management in a nifty Al-alloy case. We like it!
The world’s leading technology fair for young people
Your face, 14 feet tall
Scientist Dr Autun Purser needed a small device to take photos of cold-water corals on the seafloor
That's a wrap!
Also inside: Haunted Halloween Hacks, aquaponic garden, make Space Invaders
Haaaaaappy birthday to us
Open-source pattern design for a 1980s knitting machine
Join our wonderful community of volunteers and help people everywhere learn computing
More new courses than you can shake a computer at!
All you can hardware
I can see sound!
Our guide to ethical computing, new online training courses, introducing Microblocks, and more...
"Etch, draw that man in a chicken suit."
We want your vote for the next MagPi community projects list
Or you might. I won't judge.
Welcome back, Astro Pi!
Things that (don't) go bump in the night
Come along now
Automate your goodbyes
Years of development, one fire and some great results
The POWER of BBC BASIC
Program your own game, secure your home, and find your perfect robot kit
But it still doesn't beat mixtapes
Listen to the plinky-plunky music
The power. THE ULTIMATE POWER!
Drone on and on...
Like that smash button
Taco, cat, goat, chees, pizza!
Helping to prevent aircraft crashes
Thank you, Debian!
Smile, though your heart is Android
I want to ride my...oh, you get it.
We love newbies!
It puts the lotion on its skin, or else it gets the Pi again
It's Wally. WALLY!
We love books
10 people to watch
For Pi-powered electronic music jam sessions
Dragging a 2011 car into the future with rear view cameras, maps and more
The family that makes together...
ROV-E and WALL-E would be friends
I solemnly swear that I am up to no good
Just try not to be Cedric Diggory
Everyone's making music
Work with voice and image recognition on your Raspberry Pi
No more ads on your home network
Try Mu today!
DIY waveform measurement
We love Konichiwakitty!
Share your code with the world
Summer summer summertime..
*ring ring* "Who's there?" "Whisky!"
What’s been your computing highlight of the year?
Digital making to melt your heart
They see me rollin'...
Help break records once again
It's coming /home/
Magnetic levitation: not just for trains and frogs
"For the sixteenth time, NO, you don't really look like a cactus"
Let’s go fly a Pi
Sputnik or Spudnik?
Use your workday more effectively
Some new features for Raspbian, including a setup wizard and a software installer
MagPi readers also get a discount on emteria.OS
He was a sk...nope, I can't, I'm sorry.
And the Astro Pi teams with this year's best experiments are...
You'll never use a standard LED again!
I've got my eye on you.
Also: glass-blowing, science busking, and machine learning to replace your family's bad habits
Do you wanna build a robot?
But how does the third colour work?
This is 100% the droid you are looking for
Grab your safety goggles!
One small dish for mankind...
Rules indeed! Why, she only wants rules so she can break 'em.
Take your Code Club to Coolest Projects North America!
And I dream I'm an eagle, and I dream I can spread my wings...
An neonatal incubator add-on that mimics maternal contact for infants
Eben was wowed by the young makers and their projects at this year's global showcase
From prototype to database to final soldered build
Vote for this project in the Google.org Impact Challenge!
Live in the future with these home-grown projects
Blink and you'll (no longer) miss it
Feed, monitor, and entertain your pets with Raspberry Pi
An evolving project that creates unique image renderings
All you can IoT
Young coders' day on Saturday, educators' day on Sunday
Launching the new Digital Maker Staged Activity Badge
The Raspberry Jam Camer team are kick-starting a Raspberry Pi community in the country's capital
Available as a standalone product from Naturebytes
An autonomous path-finding robot built by non-experts
"I play Athreos, God of Passage."
"I don't even game, and I still want one!"
Helping educators in Puerto Rico to engage students with physical computing
A fully functional work-in-progress, with thanks to the Raspberry Pi community for their support
Minority Report, here we come!
Celebrating the Year of Engineering, inclusive computing teaching, tech-themed trips, and more
How to make a pencil crossbow, and how it's OK when you fail
And the Oscar for best SBC in a feature film goes to...
Turn it up!
Updating a 20th-century classic
Gotta catch 'em all!
Never forget to buy snacks!
Twitch it real good
Get your own 3D printer for £99
Raspberry Pi 4?!
Students vs climate change
Invent your own sounds
Making with paper, making with steel
The world-leading showcase for young digital makers expands
All the colours of the rainbow!
All you need to build your own AI projects
Get advice on starting your own Dojo
So why is there no on/off switch?!
Build a house at the touch of a button
Designing a new power supply chip for the 3B+
Boop your favourite artefacts
Piiiiiiiis iiin spaaaaaace!!!
Protect your head
Zero-sugar clandestine operations
Barometer? I hardly know her.
Spot sneaky squirrels in your garden!
Sit back, relax, and watch stuff!
We're going on an easter egg hunt!
Specs, benchmarks, interviews, and more in our definitive coverage
Find the eggs this easter
Brew the perfect coffee at home
Just keep swimming...
Can't sleep, teapot will eat me. Can't sleep, teapot will eat me...
Ladyada reveals her hardware secrets
Payload with Astro Pi upgrades going skywards today
Taking stock of a year in which we welcomed lots more people to the Raspberry Pi community
Inspire your inner inventor!
The aftermath: your reactions to the new Pi
Adding support for different screen resolutions
1.4GHz processor, 3x faster Ethernet, faster wireless LAN, PoE, and other exciting improvements
A global roundup of our Jam-packed sixth birthday party
Putting all the lights on the table
Down here all the fish is happy...
Magda didn't think coding was for girls. Here's how she discovered that it definitely is.
The earth is neither flat, nor round. It's a cube.
Down with re-positioning the magnifying glass with your elbow
Beep, beep, beep...
3D print your new best friend
How many grains of sand...
Our history so far...
Learn how build your own makerspace for young people
Progress from block- to text-based programming
Turn text to speech in the blink of an eye
Ready player one...
Hey Mister DJ, put a record on...
Ready to be deployed
Bark, bark, bark...
From the makerspace to the runway
You, you, you oughta N-O-D-E
Replace your green thumb with a green computer
We're all in the mood for a melody
Tiny computers and tiny robots unite!
We have Raspberry Jams in 35 countries across six continents on 3-4 March 2018
Our Raspberry Pis on the Space Station will join in the party
This round's on Grandad
Dinosaurs, bubbles and robots, oh my
Rocking the Bett Show
New Picademy 2018 dates in United States
Look to the stars
And now to Richard with the weather
Pi-powered home theatre builds
Massive walls of awesome
"Alexa, ask Pi Spy where is GPIO 12."
Bring your project to a world-leading tech showcase
e-paper pocket money maintenance
Clock your screen time
Learn to tell the time all over again
Approaches to professional development, and much more
The red car and the blue car had a race...
The same great Pi, now with a header!
Snake: the best mobile game for procrastination
Control your TV from your phone
aka noughts and crosses to some of us
Raspberry Pi hardware is unaffected by Spectre and Meltdown. Eben explains why
Create a network of Pis you can centrally control
Hedgehogs can hibernate. That must be lovely. Let's watch hedgehogs.
Five reasons you should write for our computing education magazine