piLarian Designer 3D Printed Raspberry Pi Cases #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Check out these gorgeous microscopic sea creature-inspired piLarian Raspberry Pi cases! (And the site comes with a helpful pronunciation guide: “[pi-lair-ee-un]”!) Designed by a team in Melbourne, Australia and available to purchase in the piLarian Shapeways Store:
piLarian is inspired by the delicate mineral skeletons produced by radiolarians, microscopic sea creatures, and gives your Raspberry Pi a unique, organic beauty.
Each piLarian can be made to order by our manufacturing partner, Shapeways, using the latest 3D printing technology. Printing in 3D has enabled us to produce a beautiful case without the cost and time constraints that come with traditional manufacturing technologies – available now
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