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May 29, 2015 AT 7:00 am

Autobot Transformer Boombox with #raspberrypi #piday @Raspberry_Pi

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From instructables user dailodai78

Wish that the Autobot Blaster Transformer could play music when you were a kid? Well now you can with this Instructable!

ABSOLUTELY NO PROGRAMMING SKILLS NECESSARY 🙂

This Instructable shows you how to create a Classic Boombox with a Raspberry Pi.
The model that is being used for this project is the Autobot Blaster Generation 1 from Transformers.

In the following steps, I’ll show you step by step on how to design a larger scale model of the original Generation 1 Autobot.

Full instructable


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