Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on December 07, 2016, 05:25:29 AMI haven't worked on this in a while money, time (FRC Robotics), and school have stopped me...
@alexgt when you have the money and when it starts coming together, you should make a new topic about it.
(also I'M late lol)
Quote from: DarkestEx on February 03, 2017, 09:14:36 PMI planning to 3d print the case so that would solve fitting issues.Quote from: alexgt on November 16, 2016, 03:58:58 AMTried a while back. It's a never ending rabbit hole. TLDR: The battery will not fit. We are working on a modified Casio Classpad 300 which fits a Pi3 + TFT shield + battery perfectly fine.
Nice work @DarkestEx , I like what I see .
I have started a Rasp Pi project similar to this, I am hoping to make it at about the same form factor as a ti 84+. It will feature a 480x320 Resistive touch display (I could not find any at that resolution with capacitive touch), a super slimmed down Rasp Pi 3 (completely removing the ethernet port, because of the built-in WiFi and replacing the double USB with single high ones), A full qwerty custom keyboard (with the display beeing directly hooked up to the GPIO pins and not leaving many left I decided to use an Arduino pro mini to multiplex the keyboard to save on GPIO, plans could still change though), and a 3.7v 2000mAh Lipo battery.
My goal with this s to have the portability of a calculator and the power of Pi smashed into one. Also, I could hook it up to any TV in my house and stream games to it from my host PC (don't know how well that would work with the lack of an ethernet port though). This will be a long-term project since I literally have none of the parts or the money to order them . And instead of rushing it and not having it just right I want to take m time ad plan everything, I plan on using it sooo...
Wow, been a while since I posted