MagPi 61: ten amazing Raspberry Pi Zero W projects
Hey folks! Rob here, with another roundup of the latest The MagPi magazine. MagPi 61 focuses on some incredible ‘must make’ Raspberry Pi Zero W projects, 3D printers and – oh, did someone mention the Google AIY Voice Projects Kit?
Inside MagPi 61
In issue 61, we’re focusing on the small but mighty wonder that is the Raspberry Pi Zero W, and on some of the very best projects we’ve found for you to build with it. From arcade machines to robots, dash cams, and more – it’s time to make the most of our $10 computer.
And if that’s not enough, we’ve also delved deeper into the maker relationship between Raspberry Pi and Arduino, with some great creations such as piano stairs, a jukebox, and a smart home system. There’s also a selection of excellent tutorials on building 3D printers, controlling Hue lights, and making cool musical instruments.
Get the MagPi 61
The new issue is out right now, and you can pick up a copy at WH Smith, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, and Asda. If you live in the US, check out your local Barnes & Noble or Micro Center over the next few days. You can also get the new issue online from our store, or digitally via our Android or iOS app. And don’t forget, there’s always the free PDF as well.
Subscribe for free goodies
Some of you have asked me about the goodies that we give out to subscribers. This is how it works: if you take out a twelve-month print subscription to The MagPi, you’ll get a Pi Zero W, Pi Zero case, and adapter cables, absolutely free! This offer does not currently have an end date.
Pre-order AIY Kits
We have some AIY Voice Kit news! Micro Center has opened pre-orders for the kits in America, and Pimoroni has set up a notification service for those closer to the UK.
We hope you all enjoy the issue. Oh, and if you’re at World Maker Faire, New York, come and see us at the Raspberry Pi stall! Otherwise – see you next month.
Nice. Micro Center comes through again! That Pi3+AIY bundle looks like a good deal – money to the foundation and the free kit. Can’t wait.
Got my yesterday, the first project, the wifi access point, has been on my list for a while. I want to use it to create a guess wifi at home when I rent a room out. I was going to spent the weekend working out how to do this, now I don’t. :-)
Thanks team :)
Woohoo! Let us know how it goes!
Poly-rhythmic Sequencer from this issue video at https://vimeo.com/231870077