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MakerBot Arcade

by mattrohr74, published

MakerBot Arcade by mattrohr74 Nov 2, 2012

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Turns your iPhone 4/4S into a classic arcade game!


Prints in 5 pieces that snap together.

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does anyone lnow what mesurements would fit an iphone 5c?

is possible to got this for 5s/6 iphone?

very nice work!

The model is in millimeters

Should it be printed in inches or centimeters?

I would love to see one of these for a Droid Razr MaxHD. Integrate a charger port on it and I can see everyone using it as their home dock.

That's really cool!  I'd love to put a 3rd gen ipod into an enclosure like this for use as an alarm clock, music player, etc.  Very cool!

3rd gen classic or touch?

Oh, touch.  :)

Very cool! Thanks!

 I know makerbot owns the site but their logo on the side of something so original?

This "thing" is cool all by itself, careful not to underplay creativity.   You have an original thought the brings upon nostalgic days of Pacman sold in a C battery powered format.

Good Job.

Can you please make a potato chip vending machine next?
 I'm Starving!  :>0