Selfie Camera with Hooked Case
This housing is made from 3D printed front and rear shells. The integrated hooks are for attaching a USB battery with cable ties or elastic bands in various configurations. The Pi end of the USB power cable is captive inside the housing. This version was one of the first in the development of the VisionCam to flip the camera to the selfie format, which coincided with the development of the timelaspe VisionCam software.
The front of the shell has an enlarged button cover above the screen intended for use as the shutter release/start timelaspe recording (although either of the four buttons could be programmed for a variety of uses).
The 3D printed shell has zero undercuts and is designed to be printed on any 3D printer with minimal post-production finishing.
List of Components
- 3D printed case
- Raspberry Pi Model 2 and above
- Adafruit PiTFT 2.2" HAT details
- Raspberry Pi Camera module V2
- 6 x No.2 6.4mm & 3 No.2 9.5mm self-tapping screws available here
- Micro SD card
- Micro USB cable for power
- USB power supply or battery
to view and download various file formats