'PlayBox' is a 3D-Printed Device for Music, Radio, Videos and Gaming

By: Laura McQuarrie - May 5, 2016
References: thingiverse
'PlayBox' is the name of a small home entertainment console that was built by Thingverse user 'milks' in order to replace a broken music player. As such, the 3D-printed device is primarily capable of streaming music and playing the radio, but it can also be used for other entertainment purposes.

The DIY home entertainment system runs on Raspberry Pi and includes an OLED screen that makes it possible to view videos and play retro games on the device, even from across the room.

To piece together the PlayBox home entertainment system, only two printed pieces are needed, in addition to a few electronic components and accessories and the software code provided by this Thingverse creator.