I’ve been playing with Blender again recently – I wanted to recreate the cafe/diner from Back to the Future seen here: Here’s my progress so far on the exterior: … or at night: I’ve also been working on the interior. Here’s the original film: And here’s a couple of renders of my work-in-progress:
Here’s the latest build of a Raspberry Pi case with space for a 2.5″ HDD, now with vents: Here’s a burn-in test playing a 13GB media file from the HDD for a coupe of hours:
This is the first print of an easy-to-use case to hold both a Raspberry Pi 2/3 alongside a slot-in 2.5″ hard disk, following a request from someone who bought one of the Raspberry Pi Rack cases on eBay. I’m using a USB to SATA adaptor to power & connect the drive. Once I’ve finalised the […]
Update: I now have a few of these for sale, here! I’ve reduced the size of the Pi rack as far as realistcally possible now & I’m trying it without cooling fans again. The vent section is removable for easier access to the Raspberry Pi boards inside… Oh, and one final trick…
Here’s the current status of my slightly smaller Raspberry Pi rack, here using an 80mm fan instead of the 120mm original.
I had a question on Etsy about how bright the Fallout 4 style “Nuka Cola” keyrings glow if you put Tritium capsules in, compared to just the regular glow-in-the-dark material. Note that I don’t sell the capsules myself, you’d need to source your own but they’re pretty readily available on eBay. It’s difficult to give […]
I normally use these 3D printed sleeves from Thingiverse for the newer Raspberry Pi models (B+ and 2 B). I have versions printed in all kinds of materials, but this one here is in temperature sensitive plastic, meaning the hot parts change from blue to white as the Pi warms up… But, now I have a couple […]
I’ve made myself a Nuka Cola keyring based on those seen in Fallout 4 and they’ve been surprisingly popular, so I now have a few on my Etsy store…