Raspberry Pi Portable
by benheck, published
1) Original Adobe Illustrator art and layout file
2) Autodesk 123D files used to design case
We built this on the Ben Heck Show. The zip files contains the front and rear STL files, as well as the front plate in vector formats.
Raspberry Pi: newark.com/raspberry-pi/raspberry-moda-256m/model-a-assembled-board-only/dp/56W4050
Battery (split in half lengthwise): amazon.com/gp/product/B002Y2LJW0/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Controls: I used a Teensy set up as a HID pjrc.com/teensy/
Analog stick you can get from pretty much any controller, buttons were just tact switches.
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this is so cool I love the show what did you use to regulate the power supply for the pi ? o. and where did you get it from
Ben, I have a suggetion for future projects. You can try the "SainSmart 1.8" LCD display (Adafruit has a similar one). It's hooked up via SPI and can be used as framebuffer device (driver: http://www.whence.com/rpi/). It has a much sharper image than anything hooked up via composite.
But I think the refresh rate isn't that good for fast games. I use it in a current project of mine but only for a linux shell.
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