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Get hands-on with your Raspberry Pi
Drive a remote control car


Build a Bigtrak

Control Minecraft with a power 400-101 glove

Program a RasPi-powered synth Fly your own quadcopter Attach screens and other accessories


Assemble a robot arm


Welcome to

Raspberry Pi
For a device that can fit in the palm of your hand, the Raspberry Pi has had a pretty colossal impact since its launch in 2012. In just a few short years it’s changed the way computer science is taught in schools, it’s been used in some amazing projects at Raspberry Jam events across the world, and it’s inspired a new generation of coders to create and craft new gadgets. No matter your age or experience level, there’s a Pi project for you, and in Practical Raspberry Pi Projects we’re giving you everything you need to fire up your imagination and unleash your creativity. From hardware-based projects like building a Raspberry Pi-controlled car, through software projects like programming your own virtual assistant, all the way to advanced electronics projects that will see you transforming your Pi into a drum machine, car computer or quadcopter, we’ve got plenty here to keep you busy. All you need is your favourite $35 computer and a passion for making things!


Publishing Director Aaron Asadi Head of Design Ross Andrews Production Editor Ross Hamilton Senior Art Editor Greg Whitaker Designer Perry Wardell-Wicks Photographer James Sheppard Printed by William Gibbons, 26 Planetary Road, Willenhall, West Midlands, WV13 3XT Distributed in the UK, Eire & the Rest of the World by Marketforce, Blue Fin Building, 110 Southwark Street, London, SE1 0SU Tel 0203 148 3300,  Distributed in Australia by Network Services (a division of Bauer Media Group), Level 21 Civic Tower, 66-68 Goulburn Street, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia, Tel +61 2 8667 5288 Disclaimer The publisher cannot accept responsibility for any unsolicited material lost or damaged in the post. All text and layout is the copyright of Imagine Publishing Ltd. Nothing in this bookazine may be reproduced in whole or part without the written permission of the publisher. All copyrights are recognised and used specifically for the purpose of criticism and review. Although the bookazine has endeavoured to ensure all information is correct at time of print, prices and availability may change. This bookazine is fully independent and not affiliated in any way with the companies mentioned herein. Raspberry Pi is a trademark of The Raspberry Pi Foundation Practical Raspberry Pi Projects © 2015 Imagine Publishing Ltd ISBN 978 1785 461026

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bookazine series


10 practical Raspberry Pi projects
Kick-start some amazing projects

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Make a Pi 2 desktop PC
Use your Pi as a replacement PC

How I made: PiKon
Check out this 3D-printed telescope

Build a RasPi-controlled car
Take control of a remote-controlled car

How I made: robot arm
Get to grips with a Pi-powered robot arm

Make a Raspberry Pi HTPC
Finally create a more powerful 400-101 ccie machine

Make a tweeting wireless flood sensor
Flood-proof your basement


Build a Raspberry Pi-powered Bigtrak
Control your own all-terrain vehicle

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