Wanted a retro TV for RetroPie for Adafruit’s HDMI 5″ backpack (product ID 2260). The body is printed in light cherry Laywoo-D3 filament (Accidentally printed at different temperatures for each half, which is why it’s so obviously printed in two halves).
It also requires a separate analog (3.5mm) input, as the HDMI screen does not have audio.
Remixed this to fit and added screw mounts. I’ve also put a back panel with passthrough connections. The bottom dial is a push button on/off switch. I could use an LED indicator for the PowerBoost in future versions.
I’ve also put in an Adafruit PowerBoost Charger and Li-Ion battery so I can run it on battery power. There’s also a port in the back to run a Pi off of the battery as well.
download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1838469
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