Prep your wrist for the apocalypse! Build your own small form-factor, Fallout-inspired Pip-Boy with Feather RP2040 and CircuitPython.

You can make this prop wrist-computer for cosplay, or for general stylishness all the time. Swap graphic screens on the beautiful round rectangle IPS TFT display with the directional buttons, move the cursor with the joystick, look rad.

The demo code is a simple slide-show with navigation controls, but the platform can be used to code your own unique device behavior.

Parts

Don't be such a square - throw a curve-ball into your electronics with a curved-edge miniature display. Here's a new "round rect" TFT display - it's...
$17.50
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Make a game or robotic controller with this Joy-ful FeatherWing. This FeatherWing has a 2-axis joystick and 5 momentary buttons (4 large and 1 small)...
$9.95
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A new chip means a new Feather, and the Raspberry Pi RP2040 is no exception. When we saw this chip we thought "this chip is going to be awesome when we give it the Feather...
$11.95
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This is the FeatherWing Tripler - a prototyping add-on and more for all Feather boards. This is similar to our
$8.50
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Lithium-ion polymer (also known as 'lipo' or 'lipoly') batteries are thin, light, and powerful. The output ranges from 4.2V when completely charged to 3.7V. This...
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These nice switches are perfect for use with breadboard and perfboard projects. They have 0.1" spacing and snap in nicely into a solderless breadboard. They're easy to switch...
$0.95
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2 x Short Feather Header Pins
12-pin and 16-pin set
1 x Short Feather Header Sockets
12-pin and 16-pin set

Watch Strap

I used a 22mm wide nylon band, similar to this one.

This guide was first published on Dec 14, 2021. It was last updated on 2021-12-14 22:10:37 -0500.

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