All in One display prototype v2.0

22″ Ilyama LCD panel, Atom based NUC (board only) with Low Voltage RAM, USB WiFi adapter (could have used half sized PCIe + antenna — but I’ve got a ton of USB WiFi left), extended ethernet.

Mostly made out of plastic (hardened polyester) and metal, unlike the wooden version.

3D render:

content landscape

Actual design:

tablet schaduw 1 copy

panel 1 panel 2 panel 3 panel 4 panel 8 panel 10

Pictures at the office (non photoshoot):

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Disassembling the Ilyama display:

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End design created by Seendesign. Parts laser cut by Maakbaar.

More at FlatTurtle’s blog.

4 comments

  1. Ndp says:

    What’s the single malt that goes together with this nice construction effort? 🙂

  2. gizzmo says:

    Why don’t you use Android on USB instead of all the hardware?

    • Yeri Tiete says:

      Because Android is quite limited in what we can do (ie we run Puppet, VPN, etc — without rebuilding everything from scratch); we can use packages from the Debian repo.
      And we use Atom & Celeron hardware. Not sure how the support for Android is for that. En plus it’s barely more expensive. 🙂

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