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Issue 69

May 2018

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Affordable 3D Printing  and Build a Pi Zero TV Stick in the May 2018 edition of The MagPi – The Official Raspberry Pi magazine.

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All this inside The MagPi #69

  • Affordable 3D printing. Buy your first 3D printer and use a Raspberry Pi with OctoPrint to control it.
  • Stream your music. Set up Bluetooth on a Raspberry Pi and use it to stream music to your speakers.
  • New Google AIY kits. Discover the latest Voice and Vision kits. Now with Pi Zero WH included!
  • Transform a retro cam. Turn a classic Kodak Brownie camera into a modern digicam using a Camera Module.
  • Make a Pi Zero TV stick. Upgrade any TV into a PC with a modified Pi Zero W device.
  • And much, much more!


Need more details? View the contents pages for info on every article.

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Errata

Spotted an error in The MagPi? Let us know in The Raspberry Pi forums.

Page 12, “Compute Module Motherboard.” The team at resin.io inform us that the pre-release versions of the Fin board was able to work with eMMC-populated modules. However the released board will NOT support eMMC-populated modules. It is intended for operation only with modules not already populated with eMMC (the CM3L today.).