SmartiPi Touch: A Raspberry Pi Touch stand

SmartiPi Touch: A Raspberry Pi Touch stand

SmartiPi Touch is a super sleek stand for the official Raspberry Pi touch display. Camera functionality, wall mountable, and HAT ready.

 

The SmartiPi touch is a case and stand for the Official Raspberry Pi touch display. The display is secured into the case with four screws. A Raspberry Pi 2, B+ or A+ is then enclosed in the compartment on the back of the case. A simple door covers the the Pi when it is in the compartment. The ribbon cable that comes with the display connects into the Raspberry Pi DSI port. The stand has a pivot that allows you to adjust the angle of the screen.

HAT boards can be attached to the back of the case, adding even more functionality.
In the image above, the display is mounted with the optional small footprint screw-in mounts. These mounts have a small footprint while providing additional clearance to attach taller HAT boards to the back of the case.
In the image above, the display is mounted with the optional small footprint screw-in mounts. These mounts have a small footprint while providing additional clearance to attach taller HAT boards to the back of the case.
The display angle can be adjusted by loosening the hex bolt at the pivot. More info below on page.
The display angle can be adjusted by loosening the hex bolt at the pivot. More info below on page.

The included Raspberry Pi camera case adds tons of versatility and utility to the case. This is a very unique feature and I am excited to see what users do with the camera case.

The included LEGO compatible Raspberry Pi camera case can be mounted in two locations with LEGO studs. The camera case will be black like the rest of the case. Use with the official Raspberry Pi camera
The included LEGO compatible Raspberry Pi camera case can be mounted in two locations with LEGO studs. The camera case will be black like the rest of the case. Use with the official Raspberry Pi camera
The Pi is enclosed in a snap door in the back of the case. All of the ports,except the HDMI port are accessible.
The Pi is enclosed in a snap door in the back of the case. All of the ports,except the HDMI port are accessible.

 

I want this challenging gadget