The MagPi - Issue 84 - 2019 August

The MagPi - Issue 84 - 2019 August
Issue 84
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.
  I hope you’re enjoying Raspberry Pi 4. We love the programmable computer and believe it’s capable of becoming the main desktop machine in the home. Starting from $35, that’s a big attraction. And lots of people are discovering Raspberry Pi for the frst time.
  Our Raspberry Pi Starter Guide (page 24) is designed to help these newcomers with Raspberry Pi 4, and even long-standing Raspberry Pi users will learn something new.
  More importantly, the whole of The MagPi magazine is designed to get you beyond the board and into building projects. So, if you’ve ever fancied making a low-cost wheeled robot, now is your chance (page 36). And, if you are more advanced with robots, we’ve got a tutorial on using CircuitPython to control servos and motors (page 44).
  What about retro gaming? We look at how to build a space shooter with PICO-8 (page 54). Advanced makers might want to check out the Squeeze Controller (upcycled from an old hand-dynamo). This month, Mike Cook uses that controller to design an LED racing game (page 58).
  And last, but defnitely not least: Demolition Man is a hilarious project by PJ Evans that uses AI to detect when you say naughty words, and prints out a ticket on a thermal printer (page 50). There’s lots of fun to be had with a Raspberry Pi and the right project.
  The point of Raspberry Pi isn’t just to build a low-cost computer. It’s what you build with that computer. Make something amazing and share it with the rest of the community.

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