Build a Universal Media Player
Turn a Raspberry Pi computer into a low-cost, but high-powered media box. Our media is far more capable than shop-bought options and plays media from a huge range of sources. Read our detailed guide to cases, remote controls and setting up media player software.
KitronikAn amazing Paragraphica AI camera
We love this unique lens-free camera build. Paragraphica gathers location information along with weather conditions and local buildings. Then feeds that into an AI model which generates a photograph. The results are often startling realistic, and always interesting.
Discover this Mona Lisa fluid painting
This remarkable Raspberry Pi project showcases a new microfluidic architecture that paints images in volumes as low as two nanolitres per spot. The image was created from just five microlitres of water ‘painted’ on a 2 cm canvas.
Create a Star Wars diorama
Become a new hope for a galaxy far, far away by recreating an iconic scene from Star Wars. This Star Wars diorama uses Raspberry Pi and a hidden screen to recreate the holograph of Princess Leia.
Starter Electronics: True or False quiz game
We continue our exploration into electronics with this guide to building a true or false quiz game. This project introduces LCD screens to our Raspberry Pi Pico electronics projects. You’ll learn all about voltage shifting to power the Raspberry Pi and screen together.
Get involved with Citizen Science
Raspberry Pi has had a huge impact on the scientific world, enabling low-cost citizen science projects. It’s small, cheap, reliable and has great community support. In this feature, we look at all the different scientific projects and programmes you can get involved with. From medicine to wildlife, geology and many other fields.
Learn to code with Kitronik ZIP96
This bare-bones PCB turns Raspberry Pi Pico into a basic retro computer. Rather than play games, you code your own for it. Instead of a LCE screen, it comes with a 12×8 LED matrix along with push-buttons.
Set in the beautiful Central Library, Liverpool MakeFest is a free event that brings makers together from all over the country to enthuse about their creations, projects, and art. Roving reporter and The MagPi writer, PJ Evans spent time at Liverpool Makerfest and brings us this special report.