Tap into the potential of your projects to bring those multi-media ideas to life with our range of Audio & Visual products! Within this selection you will discover the ability to create epic light shows, capture photo and film, or delve into the world of high definition audio. Whether you're using a Raspberry Pi, other micro computer, or looking for stand alone options, you can master the realm of sound and colour here.
Here you'll find all the extra bits & bobs that are essential to complete the swag bag of any modern maker! We have a huge number of items that will help fill out your maker tool kit, satisfy your cabling requirements or even boost your connectivity and productivity.
Cases, cases, cases!! Here is our extensive range of fantastic cases and enclosures for your maker movement activities. Choose from the slick & sleek, bold & colourful or weird & wonderful. No hobby project is complete without the perfect case to complete the look and fit the application, and here you should have no problem at all in finding the enclosure that is right for you!
Inside this part of the shop you can find all the bits and pieces you need for your prototyping needs. Here you can kit out your maker station with tools and consumables, as well as other components such as headers, sensors and accelerometers to bring all those epic ideas to life!
Inside this part of the shop you will find a plethora of add-ons for your Raspberry Pi and other micro computers. Our Maker Emporium includes everything from plug-and-play HATs, to breakout kits and boards including sensors, drivers, motors, wearables and much, much more. Here is where any maker can equip themselves with the gizmos and gadgets they need to take their embedded projects to new heights and beyond!
There are so many great things you can do with the Raspberry Pi - almost too many to list! These kits & bundles are one of the best ways of getting involved with everyone's favourite single board computer. Whether you want to build a bespoke project, or just get your hands on the gear you need to get your ideas off the ground, we think these bundles are the fast track to optimum levels of fun!
We carry a large range of power supplies and power solutions which cater to any need that you might have in your maker adventures. Whether you just need a standard mains supply, to be able to make your projects portable, or something a bit more heavy duty, we've got you covered so you never get caught short.
Here at Pi Supply, we love everything offered by the Raspberry Pi... but we love other single board platforms too! We like to offer a range of options that is as wide as possible to help make all your maker dreams a reality. Here is the range of other micro computers that we carry, including Arduino, BeagleBone and micro:bit.
Take a look at all the original products we have to offer here at Pi Supply! Whether you are looking for self-solder kits or fully assembled HATs, you can explore new horizons with Pi Supply, and do even more to unlock the potential of your Raspberry Pi. Check out our range for LED & IR toys, ePaper applications, power solutions and much more to expand your range of projects.
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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.
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Issue 26 editorial:
Welcome to Issue 26 of The MagPi magazine.
This month?s MagPi contains another great selection of hardware, software and programming articles. Michael Giles explains how to turn your Raspberry Pi into a magic wand with a fun hardware project that demonstrates the persistence of vision effect, while John Mahorney from Suncoast Science Center in Florida shows how a Raspberry Pi is used to display dynamic art. Big news this month is the launch of the Model B+ and MagPi writer Aaron Shaw has all the details for you on page 22.
Robotics is always a popular theme and Harry Gee continues on from last month?s article and shows how to add speech, voice control and facial recognition to your robot. Additionally, Rishi Deshpande describes how to use the SmartDrive controller board to easily control high current motors.
Another popular topic is beer and Sebastian Duell explains his hardware and software ?Mashberry? project which he uses to optimise the mashing process. Karl-Ludwig Butte continues his series on using a Raspberry Pi and BitScope for electronic measurement plus we have an interesting article by Walberto Abad on how to set up your own VoIP telephone system.
Last, but definitely not least, Jon Silvera continues his series on learning how to program with FUZE BASIC. This is an exciting article with lots to discover. I certainly don?t remember ever being able to control sprites this easily with BASIC!
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