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The June 2016 edition of The MagPi magazine is on sale today¬†with another 100 pages of projects, ideas, and inspiration for hackers and makers of all ages and abilities. If you or someone you know has never quite got to grips with using the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO pins then #46 has some excellent advice and... Continue reading
Physical computing is one of the most engaging classroom activities, and it’s at the heart of most projects we see in the community.¬†From flashing lights to IoT smart homes, the Pi’s GPIO pins make programming objects in the real world accessible to everybody. Some three years ago, Ben Croston created a Python library called RPi.GPIO,... Continue reading
Do you wanna build a snowman? Course you do. SnowPi the GPIO snowman is a fun way for beginners to learn to solder and get into physical computing with Raspberry Pi. He comes as a kit for you to solder yourself, with two crystal blue LEDs for his eyes, six crystal white LEDs for his... Continue reading
It’s Halloween this Saturday, and people have been showing off their spooky Raspberry Pi projects as they prepare to startle the heck out of friends, neighbours and fellow party-goers. We thought we’d share a few of our favourites so far. We’ve also got some great suggestions for you if you don’t yet have a petrifying... Continue reading