HackSpace Magazine Issue #23 has hit the stands. Here’s a snippet on Issue #23 from the Hackspace website, “Turn to the fun (and dark) side of making with a look at the best crazy, creative Halloween builds around – then have a go at making your own! We also take a peek inside a cosplay studio, learn how scientists are using Raspberry Pi hardware to monitor volcanic activity, and find out how the maker space ethos is helping make really, really nice guitars.
Also inside –
- Terrify and enchant your friends with a dead musical raccoon
- Add movement to cosplay with Capacitive touch
- Fabricate artistic PCB’s (Printed Circuit Boards) with Inkscape and KiCad
- Make joints out of molten metal
- And more
HackSpace magazine is packed with projects for makers, fixers and tinkerers of all abilities. It aims to teach you new techniques and give you refreshers on familiar ones, from 3D printing, laser cutting, and woodworking to electronics and Internet of Things. HackSpace is designed to inspire you to dream bigger and build better. You can read more about HackSpace at https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/
Here’s what you’ll find in this issue –
- Top projects
- Meet the maker : Michael Dales
- Kickstarting – Control paper airplanes from a smartphone
- Halloween creations
- SoM – 3D Printers
- Tutorial – PCB art
- Tutorial – Learn to Braze
- Tutorial – Servos
- Tutorial – Cosplay Wings
- Direct from Shenzen : ESP32-CAM
- Can i hack it?
- Review – Teensy 4.0
- Review – Programino (A better way to program the Arduino)
- And much, much more!!!”
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About HackSpace Mag – HackSpace magazine is published by Raspberry Pi Press, the publishing imprint of Raspberry Pi Trading Ltd. Like the purchase of any other official Raspberry Pi product, buying HackSpace magazine helps the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s charitable mission to put the power of computing in the hands of people all over the world. Every penny made by RPTL goes towards the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s charitable mission. So head over to the website and grab a copy now – KidzCanCode.com we offer FREE access to various STEM (Science, Engineering, Technology, Math) development courses at KidzCanCode.com . At KidzCanCode.com you will find courses on Scratch, BBC Micro:Bit, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, fundamentals and advanced Robotics, fundamentals and advanced Electronics, Web development, Mobile application development, Python development, 3D modelling, etc.
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