Macintosh Classic II with E-Ink Display @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi
Do you have a Macintosh Classic II sitting around somewhere? Do you need something to do with your Raspberry Pi? Do you want an e-ink screen that can display photos on that old Apple? Here’s a project just for you. Here’s more from hackaday:
The Macintosh Classic II was the successor to the first Macintosh computer Apple sold that had a price tag under $1000. As such, there were some lower specs for this machine such as the monochrome 512×342 display. This one has been retrofitted with an e-ink display which actually gives it some of the same grayscale aesthetic as the original. The e-ink display is driven by a Raspberry Pi which displays a replica System 7 environment and a set of photos.
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