Hidden Hacks for Raspberry Pi
Get even more from your computer with our Hidden Hacks feature. We’ve got tips for the terminal, hacks for headless and hostnames, physical hints for the hardware, and Raspberry Pi OS software secrets. In short: there is a massive collection of tips & tricks that every Raspberry Pi owner should know.
Shoot for the stars
Astrophotography is a fantastic hobby and Raspberry Pi is the ideal star capturing device. In this feature, you will discover how to go about exploring the night sky with Raspberry Pi and a few (low-cost) additions. It’s an educational tour, and a wonderful demonstration of what you can achieve with a single-board computer.
ZX Spectrum Raspberry Pi Cassette project
Would you believe that the Sinclair Spectrum is 40-years-old this April? We found it hard as well. This wonderful project cuts down a Raspberry Pi Zero and fits it inside a Boots C90 cassette tape.
Pop Raspberry Pi in your pocket with this stunning retro computer. Penk Check decided to build a small computer with a mechanical keyboard and a 7.9-inch touchscreen display. The result is a delightful computer that’s both ultra-modern and classic at the same time.
This droid, which takes inspiration from Star Wars: Attack Of The Clones, packs quite the punch. Selin Ornek’s battlebot won her first prize at Coolest Projects.
Set up a digital audio workstation
KG continues an exploration of MIDI and mt-32 digital audio solutions for Raspberry Pi. This month they build a digital audio workstation that runs Reaper software.
8BitDo Arcade Stick tested
Another excellent option for Raspberry Pi realtor gaming is this arcade stick. It packs weight and heft, plus enough inputs to accommodate even the busiest button basher.
10 Amazing Robot projects
The best-wheeled buddies a person can build; and one that crawls along on cardboard legs. This month we look at the very best robots built by The MagPi readers.
Pick up your copy of The MagPi issue #116
The MagPi magazine issue 116 is available as a free digital download, or you can purchase a print edition from the Raspberry Pi Press store. Subscribe to The MagPi in print for 12-months and get a free Raspberry Pi Zero 2 computer.