This month we’ve got two incredible features: 10 Pi Zero W Projects, plus Arduino and Pi. Read both features, and you’ll be capable of building bigger, better, and bolder projects. Never limit yourself to just one approach, device, or project. The more tools you can use, the better a digital maker you’ll become.
You can read all about it in issue 61 of The MagPi – The Official Raspberry Pi magazine, out in stores today!
The Pi Zero W is a fantastic piece of kit, and The MagPi 61 is packed with ideas to inspire your Pi Zero creativity
Combine the ease and accuracy of Arduino with the advanced capabilities of a Raspberry Pi for the best in physical computing projects
This month’s issue is packed with projects built by the Raspberry Pi community. Discover retro chic with the Google AIY Projects Intercom, and how to turn old DJ turntables into digital dynamite with Pi Deck, plus adorable robots with personality with Mira.
Plus! Build a 3D printer on a budget, control Hue lights at home, and play live music with Sonic Pi.
Grab the latest issue in stores in the UK right now, from WHSmith, Sainsburys, Asda, and Tesco. Copies will be arriving very soon in US stores, including Barnes & Noble and Micro Center. You can also get a copy online from The PiHut, or digitally via our Android or iOS app. Don’t forget, there’s always the free PDF as well.