Mounting Pi CamStart by adding a piece of tape to the back of the camera's PCB, to prevent any shorts. Use a short ribbon cable and flip it over to the back of the Pi, covering the ethernet port.
Position the camera with the camera hole in the pitouch-cover.stl part. Align it up so the nubs snap into the left and right mounting holes of the pi cam. Press fit the cover into the pitouch-top part.
Position the pitouch-top part over the Raspberry Pi and angle it down so the SD card slot slips into the proper opening of the pit ouch-part.
Adding LensesSnap the pitouch-camring part into the camera hole of the pitouch-top part. Insert a 12mm split ring into the pitouch-camring. The photojojo lens use magnets for mount and connects to the split ring.
Mounting the Raspberry Pi and Touch ScreenWith the camera and pi mounted to the pitouch-top part, flip the the body and place the pitouch-bottom part over the touch screen. Press the pitouch-bottom part down snapping the parts together.
This guide was first published on Jan 14, 2014. It was last updated on Jan 14, 2014.
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