Hi there, Rob from The MagPi again! It’s been a couple of months since we launched issue 40 with the Raspberry Pi Zero attached to the front of it. Since then we’ve seen some excellent projects flying around the internet as you all figure out amazing uses for the tiny Pi.
To inspire you to do more we’ve put together another feature in The MagPi 42 of Raspberry Pi Zero projects. From useful things like adding a reset switch to more advanced projects to aspire to like a retro games console located entirely inside a SNES controller, there’s projects for everyone to have a go with.
As well as these #PiZero projects we also have a feature on the ten best HATs for your Raspberry Pi. Can’t find a HAT you like? Then we also have a tutorial on how to make your very own HAT. Here are some other highlights from this issue:
Highlights from issue 42:
- Build a binary clock!
A fun Sense HAT project involving a different style of telling the time
- 4Borg reviewed
We look at the new robot kit from the robo-masters over at PiBorg
- Astro Pi
What’s happened over the last month as Pi’s are sent to space
- #PiZero Quadcopter
We talk to the creator of Zoe the Zero, the first Zero-powered drone
- And much, much more!
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Don’t forget, though, that like sales of the Raspberry Pi itself, all proceeds from the print and digital editions of the magazine go to help the Foundation achieve its charitable goals. Help us democratise computing!
If you want something more tangible to play with, you’ll be glad to hear you can get the print edition in more stores than ever:
Rather shop online? The Raspberry Pi Swag Store has copies that can be delivered practically anywhere in the world.
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See you next month for more MagPi goodness!