August 21, 2014 AT 7:00 pm

PiKase Evo makes Raspberry Pi into handy cam #3DPrinting #3Dthursday


PiKase Evo is a powerful raspberry case.
The camera can be mounted to different positions and offer many handle to his user.
The positions are basic, webcam and handycam ( watch the photos for more informations ).
This case is micro SD card compatible, come with a GPIO cap and accept raspberry pi model A or B.
The camera case has 2 outputs for the flexible flat cable.
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