In the latest issue we show you how to set up and use an amazing add-on board for the Raspberry Pi called Hover. With it, you can add touch and gesture control to any of your projects – so you can read input just by tapping the Hover or by swiping in the air above it, and make anything from a simple drum machine to a gesture-based game controller.
There are five touch regions (north, south, east, west and centre) and four directions for gestures (north swipe, south swipe, east swipe and west swipe), which can be read up to five inches away from the Hover board itself. Double taps and multi-touch are both supported as well.
We have five Hover boards to give away, and to win one you just need to answer the following question…
This competition closes on 28th February.