Discover the joys of Retro Computing and turn your Raspberry Pi into a C64, Amiga, BBC Micro, or any number of classic computers. And learn how to put a Raspberry Pi inside an old Sinclair Spectrum for the ultimate retro-modern machine. All in this month’s edition of The MagPi.
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All this inside The MagPi #67
- Retro Computing. Rediscover classic computers with Raspberry Pi
- Pi Security. Use Tor and Pi Hole to protect yourself online
- Build a Geiger counter. Measure radiation with Raspberry Pi
- Lunchbox arcade. A tiny lunchbox-sized arcade machine
- Wii controller. Use Wii Nunchucks with your Raspberry Pi
- And much, much more!
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Pi Bakery, P48. The ‘Bits in the variable “Matrix” ‘ reference in Figure 3 should read: “0 = Blocked” and “1 = Cleared”.
We have removed the tutorial on hacking a lamp that was originally on page 50 as it has been brought to our attention that it is potentially dangerous.