The MagPi - Issue 87 - 2019 November

The MagPi - Issue 87 - 2019 November
Issue 87
The MagPi is an online magazine dedicated to the Raspberry Pi created by the community for the community. It’s a great way to get to grips with learning how to program your Pi and how to get started on building hardware projects; it’ll also help you find out more about the community around the device and demystify the command line.
  Thanks to Raspberry Pi, the home computer is once again a versatile thing. You can turn Raspberry Pi into a desktop computer, learn to code, play with electronics, and make handy household devices such as voice assistants and kitchen gadgets.
  And you can build a media player (page 31). It’s obvious when you think about it: Raspberry Pi is small, quiet and powerful, it connects to a screen using HDMI (perfect for televisions), and is packed with wireless LAN and Bluetooth connectivity – ideal for streaming media and channel surfing from a wireless controller.
  In recent issues, we’ve looked a lot at Raspberry Pi 4. With its superfast CPU and an amazing amount of RAM, it’s the best computer we’ve ever used. But one small feature also makes it the best media playback device, and that’s 4K. Hook a Raspberry Pi 4 up to a 4K monitor and you can immediately start streaming and playing your high-quality video. And that’s on top of photo, music, and audiobook playback.
  I love the media player project because it’s so practical. Many projects are designed for learning (nothing wrong with that, mind). And media players tend to be built, and then used for the long run.
  Our media player is a perfect example of something valuable you can build, with your own two hands, and make good use of. I hope you
enjoy this project.

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