As well as the new Wireframe gaming magazine being made available this week, featuring an interview Meowza Games. The Raspberry Pi Foundation has also made available the latest addition of the awesome Raspberry Pi magazine MagPi. Featuring 11 projects to make and share including offering advice on adding artificial intelligence to your projects and even developing your own Android application.
“We’re all taking part in a #MonthOfMaking this issue. Discover eleven Raspberry Pi projects to create and share with the community. The MagPi 79 is packed with ideas for makers: inside you’ll find fun kits, robotics, music projects, arcade cabinets, smart home projects, and drones. So, whether you’re building your first project, or sharing something you’ve worked on for years, our #MonthOfMaking is the online community event where we help and inspire each other.”
“Fancy building an app for your smartphone? It’s perfectly possible with a Raspberry Pi and you can use a phone’s tech to make great Raspberry Pi projects. Mark Vanstone has developed this treasure hunt app for mobile phones that illuminates coloured lights for each team as they find hidden treasure or complete the treasure hunt. All developed and deployed from a Raspberry Pi.”
For more details on all 11 projects jump over to the official Raspberry Pi Foundation website by following the link below where the latest magazine issue is available to download for free or to purchase in print and digital.