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Raspberry Pi, Arduino & RGB LEDs – all in one Portal-themed LEGO case @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi

Raspberry Pi Arduino LEGO Portal Case Header

Great build from Instagram user endorobotics featured on htxt.africa.

Using physical bricks and not any of those LEGO CAD programmes, the enclosure came together over the course of only two days. It was the home for a Raspberry Pi 3 and it featured some printed Aperture Science decorations.

As you can see some discoloration of the white LEGO bricks meant that the colour wasn’t uniform, so if you intended to make your own try to get bricks from the same moulding run.

Alternatively, there’s many methods out there to restore white bricks which usually become discoloured with age and sunlight damage.

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