The MagPi 53 is out now. This month’s community magazine comes with a free Debian + PIXEL DVD.
With the DVD, you can run the Debian + PIXEL desktop on a PC or Mac.
The MagPi Translated Edition 2
Launching alongside this month’s The MagPi are more international titles. The second edition of our bite-sized version of The MagPi, translated into four languages, is now available.
The MagPi Translated Edition 2 contains the best projects, reviews, and tutorials from The MagPi. These are translated into Italian, French, Spanish, and Hebrew.
Inside The MagPi 53: The best projects and guides
Here are some of the incredible projects you will find in this month’s The MagPi:
- Google DeepDream: how to create surreal works of art with a Raspberry Pi and Google’s AI software
- Master remote access: use a Raspberry Pi and SSH to connect remotely via the command line
- Make a GPIO Music Box: Program push buttons to make different sounds
- Create a horse race game: Get yourselves to the derby with Pi Bakery
- Use BOINC to donate your Raspberry Pi’s resources to science
Inside The MagPi 53: Debian + PIXEL DVD
There’s a huge amount in this month’s magazine. Here are just some of the features in this issue:
- Beginner’s guide to programming: learn to code with our complete starter guide
- Use the Debian + PIXEL DVD: try out our new OS on your computer with your free DVD
- Create a bootable flash drive that can boot a Mac or PC into the PIXEL desktop
There’s also some amazing news this month: the Raspberry Pi has now sold 11 million units, and Raspberry Pi co-founder Eben Upton has been awarded a CBE! We have exclusive interviews with Eben about his CBE and the launch of Debian + PIXEL.
The best community projects
We also cover some of the most fantastic community projects ever built:
- Pegasus and the North American Eagle. Inside the land-speed challenge car, with a Raspberry Pi in the driver’s cockpit
- QBEE social media dress. This wearable tech posts automatically to social media
- Self-playing pipe organ. This giant musical instrument is played by the Raspberry Pi
- Water tank level monitor. This PIoT challenge winning project automates water collection in rural America
It’s one of the most feature-packed editions of The MagPi we’ve ever made. Don’t miss out on the free DVD that can bring an old computer back to life as a coding powerhouse. It really is something special.
You can grab The MagPi 53 in stores today: it’s in WHSmith, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, and Asda in the UK, and it will be in Micro Center and selected Barnes & Noble stores when it comes to the US. You can also buy the print edition online from our store, and it’s available digitally on our Android and iOS app.
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