Right, I've posted here before with a couple of lego case designs - first using the lego designer app, second after discovering the lego shop doesn't stock many of the bricks in the app.
And finally I have a Raspberry pi to stick in a case - so here's the latest version:
A few points:
I had to make it a bit wider - the case is now 4 lego bricks wide as opposed to 2 - it did fit with the original 2 but got a bit tight particularly around the GPIO pins, which I didn't anticipate (but am very grateful for being already there!). I think with a bit of careful brick / window selection it should be possible to make it smaller.
You can see I ran out of bricks at the bottom - if you're thinking of ordering bricks from the lego pick-a-brick I'd recommend ordering more than you think you'll need. It does need a baseboard.. and maybe some trees.
The whole thing fits quite well - I originally anticipated using clips to hold the board in place but once you plug in the usb and audio the board is held in place quite securely.
The HDMI -> DVI cable I'm using weighs a tonne. It keeps knocking the whole thing over. Worth bearing in mind the weight of the cables + plugging / unplugging them.
More pictures on flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kimondo/se ... 945772440/