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Apr 262016

Nick Brewer is bringing two projects to this year’s Interactive Show, a suitcase photo booth and a tiny arcade cabinet.

I tend to draw inspiration from taking new technology (usually Raspberry Pi’s) and installing it into old/unusual places. The photo booth is actually built out of a suitcase I found in a rural Michigan thrift store, and the portable arcade is designed to look like a nice jewelry box, but with a full game system inside.


More pictures and technical details after the break.

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Photo Booth

When ready, the photo booth will take four photos, combine those into a gif and two film strips. The film strips are printed in the back of the suitcase, and all the files are saved to a flash drive. It can be modified to automatically upload to tumblr and twitter, but this greatly increases the amount of time for the next photo set to be started.

  • Raspberry Pi 2
  • Raspberry Pi Camera
  • 7” TFT Screen
  • Canon 910 Selphy Printer
Portable Arcade
  • Raspberry Pi 2
  • RetroPie 3.7
  • 7” Screen (Adafruit TTL Display Kippah
  • Custom 8 Button Joypad with Neopixel lighting (Teensy 3.2)
  • Removable joystick handle becomes the lid locking mechanism
  • 6600 mAh lipo battery
  • Adafruit 1000c Powerboost




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