Like many Pi projects, this one was constructed using things Remoheadder already had on hand. The What-If Machine is built to use a Raspberry Pi 3 model, rather than a Pi Zero. It features a 3.5-inch Uctronics screen along with a DROK amplifier and a couple of 40mm speakers.
The biggest draw to this project is it’s design which Remoheadder created from scratch. The What-If Machine design is totally open source and available on Thingiverse for anyone to download and recreate themselves at home.
Check out the project Imgur gallery for a closer look at the internal components. For more details, visit the original thread shared to Reddit and be sure to follow Remoheadder for more cool Pi projects as well as any updates to this one.
Brandon Withrow is a software designer with a passion for art, travel, and classic 90s television cartoons.