Raspberry Pi Powers 3D Printed Smart Pokédex
Using a 3D printer to make your own cosplay props is one thing but using aRaspberry Pito give it functionality is the kind of thinking that really gets us excited. Over at the Sam Makes channel on YouTube, maker Sam has instilled life in a homemadePokédexfrom the Pokémon franchise.
In the series, this gadget is used to recognize things like Pokémon and trainers, speaking aloud with an explanation for whatever it’s currently pointed at. This isn’t the first Pokédex we’ve covered, either. In the past, we shared aPokédex gaming handheldproject but it was used mainly as a shell for aRetroPierig. Sam’s project, known as The Dex, works more like the original Pokédex from the series.
Ash Hill is a Freelance News and Features Writer at Tom's Hardware US. She manages the Pi projects of the month and much of our daily Raspberry Pi reporting.
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