Functional Pip-boy 3000 Mk4, CAD Design

I have started a new project: My goal is to create a Pip-boy 3000 Mk4 from the game Fallout 4. Why not just get one of the limited edition models? For one, they are sold out. Two, I don’t want a glorified plastic phone case. I want a Pipboy that at least has all the knobs and buttons functional.

Check out the project log on the RPF Forums to see the details on the design. Otherwise click below to see the gallery.

For those who have shown an interested in a group-buy, I have created a survey for you to fill out. I expect a run of these to be limited, so first come first serve will have better odds of getting into the group-buy. I am not out to make money on this project, only to get an good quality replica into the hands of those who want it.

Click here for the group-buy survey.

Current planned features:
-Run Android (and the Fallout Companion app).
-3.5″ 640×480 capacitive touchscreen.
-WIFI and Bluetooth.
-Working Rad Gauge meter.
-Pin-Diode Gamma radiation detector (Geiger counter)
-Non-contact IR temperature sensor (Reads out on Rad Gauge)
-On-board speaker.
-Simulated and real FM radio. The simulated radio will play audio from the Android, select-able via the tuner knob.
-Geared down tuner knob.
-Backlit gauges.
-Holotapes with unique ID tags.
-Light level sensor.
-Working latch.
-1Ah battery (with hidden in-sleeve charger connection).
-Sensor pod/Lamp which can disconnect from the Pip-boy.
-Retractable cable for sensor pod.
If you would like to donate to help make the prototype a reality click below to donate.
All donations go directly to making the project a reality.

For full details from the beginning of this project, visit the project log on the Replica Prop Forums.

The images below are 3D renderings showing the design and project goals. They are not photographs.

Click to more to continue with the gallery and older images of the project.

The model was created in Solid Edge, and rendered in Keyshot.

This image shows a comparison to the in-game model.




















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