Andrew R GrossJonathan Gross
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Toy Spaceship Dashboard

A toy computer console for piloting a spaceship or any other vehicle a kid can imagine and of receiving trusted video transmissions.

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Toy Spaceship Dashboard

Things used in this project

Hardware components

Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+
Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+
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Adafruit PiTFT Plus 480x320 3.5" TFT+Touchscreen for Raspberry Pi
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Perma-Proto Breadboard Half Size
Perma-Proto Breadboard Half Size
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Adafruit GPIO Ribbon Cable for Raspberry Pi Model A and B - 26 pin
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Adafruit IDC Breakout Helper - 2x13 (26 pin)
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40 Pin GPIO Male to Female Ribbon Cable - 150mm
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Clear Impact-Resistant Polycarbonate 6" x 6" x 1/4" Sheet
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PLA Filament - Silver
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Toggle Switch, Toggle
Toggle Switch, Toggle
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Rocker Switch, Non Illuminated
Rocker Switch, Non Illuminated
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SparkFun Toggle Switch and Cover - Illuminated (Red)
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SparkFun Slide Pot - Medium (10k Linear Taper)
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SparkFun Momentary Button - Panel Mount (Yellow)
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SparkFun Pushbutton - 33 mm
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SparkFun Hamburger Mini Speaker
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Story

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Custom parts and enclosures

Fusion360 files

This includes the full model in Fusion360.

Schematics

General Schematic

This was prepared for development purposes. I haven't corrected it to match the final product, as it serves its purpose.

Code

Rocket Dashboard files

A very messy repo of files that get the job done but aren't my proudest work.

Credits

Andrew R Gross

Andrew R Gross

6 projects • 15 followers
Biomedical engineer by profession, wanna-be roboticist on the weekends
Jonathan Gross

Jonathan Gross

2 projects • 3 followers
engineer and nerd

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