December 22, 2017 AT 12:00 am
Retro Pocket Sized TV #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Here is an awesome mini tv project shared by
Anders644PI on Instructables:
This guide shows you how to make and setup a retro-looking TV, with a Raspberry Pi, a Touchscreen and some 3D printed parts.
I have also posted the same guide on my website
You will need: Raspberry Pi 3 (or Pi 2, B+ and A+ with WiFi dongle or ethernet cable plucked in)
Adafruit PiTFT 3.5″ Touchscreen for Raspberry Pi
5V 2.4A Power Supply for Raspberry Pi
4GB or higher Micro SD Card – An Emty USB Stick
Keyboard and a mouse – A connection to a monitor or TV
3D printer and a spool of any color PLA (or you could use a 3D service like 3D Hubs to print it for you)
Glue of some sort (I used wood glue)
Grey spray paint (optional: you could just stick with the color of the filament)
Spool of wood filament (optional)
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