Pi Zero Project Box

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Pi Zero Project Box by fvan84 Dec 11, 2015

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Enclosure for a Raspberry Pi Zero information display (http://frederickvandenbosch.be/?p=1365)

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How did you secure the components in side the project box? Can you provide a photo inside the project box? Did you epoxy the screen to the box along with the buttons? Thanks! Did you use screws to keep the back on the box? Thanks!

Can you tell what you used for a screen? I like it!

It's all on the project page linked in the description ;) (it's an Adafruit 128×64 SSD1306 OLED)

Yall Got Any More Of them Pi zeros?

Now if I could only get a Pi zero for less than $150 bucks!!!!

Ebay, my brother paid £30 for the zero and all accessories!

I would love to make something like this, (well done by the way) but they are sold out everywhere. It's next to impossible to get your hands on one...

Microcenter has been a good source, Ive been able to get my hands on 5 now!

What was the project you made in that? Just wondering.

A little display capable of fetching various information from the internet. There is a link to the full project in the description! :)