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The MagPi Raspberry Pi Magazine - Issue 26

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PLEASE NOTE: This is a pre order, expected shipping will occur from mid to end of September 2014 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. As most of you will already know, The MagPi is available to read online for free (www.themagpi.com). However, do you (like us) prefer to read from a printed, hard copy instead of from a screen? Do you prefer to be able to read your favourite Raspberry Pi magazine offline? Well now you can! Get issue 26 of The MagPi magazine in a high quality, glossy printed copy today! 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! We try to make sure each issue of The MagPi contains something of interest for everyone, regardless of age and skill level. Have we got the balance right? Let us know by sending an email to editor@themagpi.com or comment on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/MagPiMagazine. Finally, a big thank you to all the volunteers who work hard behind the scenes to produce The MagPi for your enjoyment and education. Let?s get started?

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