steven02Participant11/30/2015 at 16:33Post count: 4
HI, i am very happy to present my project
Raspberry PI 2 900MHz 1Gb Ram,
LCD 4.3″ 480×272 connected by Composite cable with harware backlight adjustement,
Stereo speaker with Amplificator and Volume adjustement,
12 button + Directional cross connect on GPIO as Keybord(More info),
USB redirecting to Bottom of shell,
RJ45 and Composite Output on multiport on Bottom of shell,
HDMI and audio Jack on Top of shell,
ALL LED are redirecting on RGB LED on top of shell
NOW THE PICTUREredhaloParticipant11/30/2015 at 22:43Post count: 35
That is insane. How did you make the enclosure, 3d printed?steven02Participant12/01/2015 at 16:38Post count: 4
Yes all plastics(enclosure and all button without volume and backlight controle) is make with 3d printer.mat jessopParticipant12/02/2015 at 11:29Post count: 22
I second Redhalo’s comment. This is a seriously impressive and comprehensive build! Definitely one of the best I have seen.xtremekickParticipant01/21/2016 at 11:41Post count: 1
For 12 button + Directional cross, you cut a PCB of a controlpad?, or you buy this two PCB circuit with buttons?
i need a pcb with cross control and buttons… without cutting controlpad (i want make much portables, no only one, need save time of cutting, etc).steven02Participant01/21/2016 at 12:24Post count: 4
I use Prototype PCB Universal Experiment Circuit Board and tact switch with this you can place your boutton where you want.
PCB circuit board
labelwhoreParticipant01/21/2016 at 16:58Post count: 526
Excellent work! I tried to do a handheld, but failed miserably. lol I’m still not all that great with my 3D printer.steven02Participant01/21/2016 at 22:29Post count: 4
I have not merit, i’am a industrial engineer in france.ShadowKnightParticipant02/05/2016 at 02:12Post count: 14
This made my day ^_^ My original design was similar to this but my skills weren’t… With a bit of acetone and a painters brush to apply, it would look glossy and factory made!
Keep up the beautiful work, you’ve just inspired me to make a new one =D
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