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Mon Oct 21, 2013 9:59 pm

I've had a special case made to celebrate the 1,000,000th Welsh made Raspberry Pi, it's in the shape of a Welsh Dragon, and un-surprisingly it's called the DragonPi.

There's one going to the Raspberry Pi foundation as a small way of saying thanks for inspiring myself and many,many others to get off their chairs and do something wonderful with the excellent Raspberry Pi computer.

As usual, enjoy :)
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Re: DragonPi

Wed Oct 23, 2013 2:48 pm

looks amazing!
would be even better looking on a white-green background ;)
great job!
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Re: DragonPi

Mon Oct 28, 2013 10:43 pm

The foundation now have their DragonPi sitting on their demo table :)

And yep, white and green background would've been excellent.

I've got the last one of the 3 I cut for sale on ebay ( ... 1555.l2649), this one's different as it's got a black background and transparent red front piece.

As usual enjoy!!!

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Re: DragonPi

Sat Nov 02, 2013 2:53 pm

You can install a close proximity light source and point it from the surface to the "back spines" of the dragon. Than place the whole thing close to a wall and turn off the lights in the room. The only thing you have to do then is to find a suitable place (distance from the wall) and in my opinion there will be a big dragon shadow "projected" on the wall.
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