Recently I’d finished making a TV stand for our new place with the help of my friend Jeff. I wanted to use that as an excuse to upload some of pictures of the stand and some recent works that I did with Jeff on my blog – so here they are.
This weekend, my roommate and I put a Raspberry Pi Zero W in Lego 42000 Grand Prix Racer. Sadly, we had to remove the signature piston engine to fit an actual Lego motor, but the outcome was quite satisfactory. Items used: Lego 42000 Power Functions 8293 Raspberry Pi Zero W Jackery Bar Pocket-sized 6000mAh Ultra Compact Portable Charger Adafruit DC & Stepper Motor HAT for Raspberry Pi – Mini Kit Miscellaneous lego pieces to fit motor to steering wheel 30RPM Geared DC Motor 8Bitdo NES30 Bluetooth Controller
Microsoft Store at Tysons Corner Mall in Vienna, VA has a 3D printer on display, and I managed to awkwardly stand there shooting a video of it, because that’s what I do! It’s printing a 3D model of the Grim Reaper.