Raspberry Pi Annual

Vol 4

The Raspberry Pi was first created in 2012, with the intention of making digital creation accessible to all. Since then, more than 14 million units have been sold to adults and children alike. Pis of different kinds are used in classrooms, libraries, research laboratories, and of course, hackerspaces all over the world. Builders, coders and hackers are using this amazing device to create everything from doomsday switches to fruit ripening detectors. In this new Raspberry Pi Annual, we’ll bring you all the basics with step-by-step tutorials in setting up your Pi and advice from Pi pros. We’ll also show you the secrets of Pi interfacing, how to create a virtual reality setup, some exciting Python projects – and much more.