Raspberry PI Issue 199 - Steampunk



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Raspberry PI Issue 199 - Streampunk



This week, everyone (well, except Jonic) wanted phrazelle's amazing Pi-powered steampunk laptop. With a step-by-step guide on instructables, we can all have one, too... if we want it enough.

There's a chance to join our US team, with a vacancy for a Bay Area-based Educator Training Manager. We're looking for someone who is passionate about technology, education, and digital making: please help spread the word!

Trinket's fantastic web-based Sense HAT emulator has had an upgrade, and it can now emulate the Sense HAT's movement sensors. It also has a new Astro Pi flight case skin, so you can see just what the results would be if your code ran on one of the two Astro Pi units that are on the International Space Station. You can play with the new features and mess around with our example code right from our blog post.

If you're celebrating Passover, Easter, or Vaisakhi this weekend, or if you're not, we hope you have a peaceful and joyous time.

Till next week,




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Sense HAT emulator upgrade


Trinket's web-based tool now emulates the Sense HAT's movement sensors, and more




Steampunk laptop powered by Pi


As Alex put it: OMG so fancy!

Run Skype on Raspberry Pi


Skype on your Pi 2 or 3 using ExaGear Desktop

Make Perfect Light Paintings with an LED Robot


Flawless images from a Raspberry Pi robot

Raspberry Pi Email Server using Citadel


Clear how-to from PiMyLifeUp

Raspberry Pi Powered Robot with Differential GPS


It's Big Bob again. He's still terrifying

Track Overhead Flights with a Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless, a Software Defined Radio, and FlightAware


Two ways to track flights near you with a Pi

Raspberry Pi GPIO Header Soldering Jig


Not exactly a project, but useful for your projects




MagPi video tutorials: installing an operating system with Etcher

Comment to tell us what you want to see in The MagPi's next video

An affordable ocular fundus camera

Pi + NoIR Camera Module makes cheap diagnostic imaging kit. Lab/clinic hacks FTW!

How to Backup Photos While Traveling With an iPad and a Raspberry Pi - Part III

Third part of Moving Electrons' series aiming at a streamlined and easy-to-use process

PiSeq Demonstration

All-in-one sequencer, USB MIDI hub, and advanced MIDI manipulation device

Terminal tools: how to get help from the Linux command line

The MagPi shows you how to get help and advice right from the command line

5 projects for Raspberry Pi at home

Media centres, pet cams, home automation, and more

Processing: making art with code

A programming language for visual arts: create graphics, animations, and more

Raspberry Pi network speed test

Compare wired and wireless LAN on Pi 2, Pi 3, Zero and Zero W, with plenty of charts


An open-source project to create a mobile phone kit for the Pi Zero


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