Raspberry Pi enthusiasts and those looking to get started coding and building projects using the awesome mini PC, may be interested to know that next month’s official Raspberry Pi magazine aptly named MagPi issue 81 will feature the Intelli-T Raspberry Pi sensor alarm together with other projects you can build from scratch. The MagPi magazine, is out today and can be purchased online or from many independent bookshops, such as WHSmith and Barnes & Noble and even downloaded free from the official Raspberry Pi website.
“Faced with the, almost unthinkable, problem of no tea-bags in the house, Robin Mitchell was inspired to contrive an invention that would eliminate the possibility of that scenario ever happening again, and the Intelli-T Raspberry Pi Sensor Alarm was born. As he explains, “One of the biggest problems that faces many British homes, as well as my own, is having a stable supply of tea… an issue with knowing how many tea-bags are available in the house. Hence, an intelligent tea-bag container was needed!””
The Raspberry Pi Foundation made available a free download of issue 81 for free from The MagPi website, where you’ll also find information on subscription options, and the complete MagPi catalogue, including Essentials guides and books, all available to download for free to get you started programming and creating projects using the Raspberry Pi mini Pi.
If you enjoy building Pi projects you might be interested in our comprehensive list of Raspberry Pi displays, HATS and small screens.If