The MagPi — Issue 98

Discover Raspberry Pi portable computing in the latest edition of The MagPi.

Inside The MagPi magazine #98

  • Build a portable computer. Code on-the-go with the Raspberry Pi 2Go portable workstation.

  • Play classic console games. Discover a range of ways to buy and source classic games legally for Raspberry Pi.

  • PiBoy DMG. Is this seemingly ultimate handheld console worth the price? Our review rates it very highly.

  • Learn beginner electronics. Resources to help you get started in the world of electronics using Raspberry Pi.

  • 10 Amazing IoT projects. Use a Raspberry Pi to make your life just that extra bit smarter with our guide to the best Internet of Things projects.

  • Home music system. PJ continues to build the ultimate home music system with Raspberry Pi. Now let’s fill your home with sound.

  • DIY Score Counter. Need to keep score? Then Tyler McKay’s project is going to win over your heart.

  • Run code automatically. Got code that you need to run every time your system starts? Our tutorial will explain how.

  • 17000 ft. How do you get the internet over three miles up the Himalayas? That’s what the 17000 ft Foundation and Sujata Sahu had to figure out.

  • SUDO Sudoku solving robot. Fans of brain-training puzzles may be aghast, but there’s a Raspberry Pi robot that can solve sudokus.

  • Air Hockey Robot. Fancy pitting your wits against a robotic air hockey defender? This one is clever, very clever.

  • Weather Station. One maker is making sure he won’t get caught in the rain without an umbrella.

  • Sonic Kayak. While gathering valuable environmental data, this waterborne sensor system plays ambient sounds.

  • CubeSat. The industrial version of Raspberry Pi, Compute Module lends itself well to space travel.

  • AI Noise Sensor. Smarter and more useful than traditional recordings, the AI Noise Sensor actually knows what is making a sound.

  • Plus! Win one of three M.A.R.S Rover robots.

Errata: An image on page 15 of the PDF version has been replaced as it depicted unsafe wiring practices. Please make sure to ground and insulate projects, and follow safety guidelines when dealing with mains power.