Things used in this project

Hardware components:
Raspberry pi zero
Raspberry Pi Zero
Version 1.3 (the one with the camera connector)
×1
Adafruit 2500mAh LiPo Battery
×1
Adafruit 16mm Illuminated Pushbutton
×1
Adafruit PowerBoost 500c
×1
USB Wifi Card
×1
Slide Switch
×1
11868 00a
Raspberry Pi Camera module
×1
USB OTG Adapter
×1
M2 x 6mm Machine Screw
×1
M2.5 x 10mm Machine Screws
×1
Hand tools and fabrication machines:
09507 01
Soldering iron (generic)
3drag
3D Printer (generic)

Custom parts and enclosures

PIX-E Thingiverse Page
PIX-E Body STL
PIX-E Front STL

No document.

PIX-E Back STL - Small Switch
PIX-E Back STL - Big Switch
PIX-E 123D Design Files
n1kGAo4aZaSA89TfROxe.123dx

Schematics

Wrappers
Print out on card stock paper and follow the instructions to give your PIX-E that disposable camera feel.
PIX E WRAPPERS.zip

Code

Credits

13465971 967815842772 19802971850107847 n%20(1)
Nick Brewer

Retro-Futurist Austinite via NYC via AK.

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