DIY: 3D Printed Pip-Boy 3000

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Anyone who has played Fallout games is familiar with the Pip-Boy. It is nice to see these devices in games, but wouldn’t you love to own one? mkarvonen has posted a guide that shows you what it takes to build a 3D printed Pip-Boy 3000. The developer used a Raspberry Pi, an Adafruit 2.8″ TFT screen, a 8 GB memory card, and a few other parts to pull this off:

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You can find more about this Pip-Boy 3000 project on Instructables.

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