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Well, the Ruiz Brothers from over at Adafruit have done it again: made another awesome and fully reproducible project that combines 3D printing and electronics. The make, a 3D printed thermal camera, is the perfect DIY project for this winter weekend.
While a 3D printed thermal camera might sound pretty technical, the Ruiz Brothers have found a way to not only make the project achievable for intermediate makers but to turn something like a thermal camera into an adorable product.
Camera - Design - Reminiscent - Vintage - Box
The colorful 3D printed camera’s design, which is reminiscent of vintage box cameras, will not only be totally functional but will also look pretty darn cute sat on a shelf when not in use.
That being said, the thermal camera component is what makes the project really special. So let’s dive on in.
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For the make, you will need a handful of electronic components, including thermal camera sensors (Adafruit’s AMG8833 sensors are recommended for their compatibility with Arduino), a TFT display, a 500mAh battery, a Feather HUZZAH32, and a few other soldering and connector bits. Oh yeah, and a 3D printer or access to...
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