If building a Pipboy did not satisfy your thirst for Fallout-themed Rasberry Pi projects, then you may want to consider building your own terminal, too. Published by Power Up Props, the Desktop Terminal Replica certainly looks the part.
Built using a 3.5-inch display and a Raspberry Pi 3B, Power Up Props also used Prusa i3 MK2S with Inland Silver PLA filament for the 3D-printed case. Admittedly not a working terminal in that it lacks a working keyboard, the project is still a fun use for a Raspberry Pi, nonetheless. While we are sure that adding a keyboard would be doable, using a 3.5-inch display may quickly become tiresome.
Alternatively, you could build a wall-mounted Fallout terminal. Also created by Power Up Props, this version would be pretty eye-catching as an intercom or doorbell, in our opinion. If you are interested in 3D printing your own desk terminal, then you can find the STL files on MyMiniFactory.
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