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Oscilloscope cyberdeck

By Ben Everard. Posted

A non-functioning oscilloscope, plus Raspberry Pi 400, form the guts of this cyberdeck build, one of a number of small, portable computers that have been delighting the internet lately. One of the benefits of upcycling old technology is that there’s often a lot of room inside it for more modern gear, and that’s the case here: the maker has cut into the oscilloscope case and mounted USB sockets, a power distribution board, and an LVDS/HDMI adaptor board, which enables Raspberry Pi 400 to display graphics on the original oscilloscope screen.

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