This post is about taking things too far while playing LEGO with your kid.
- LEGO Digital Designer
- LEGO bricks (pick a brick)
- e-paper display
- Raspberry Pi Zero W
- Power supply
- Tiny retro Macintosh stickers
You can download LEGO Digital Designer (LDD for short) for free from ldd.lego.com. It’s a very basic 3D LEGO editor that does the job.
Order your lego. LEGO Digital Designer lets you print a list of pieces which you need.
If the display’s board is quite a big bigger than the display itself, get ahold of a Dremel and cut into the LEGO to make it fit with a border.
Connect the e-paper display to the Raspberry Pi Zero. Connecting the e-paper display to the Raspberry Pi Zero might be tricky.
Make your project with resin.io.