PIP-BOY IN REAL LIFE: THE IPOD TOUCH SOLUTION


4.6.2009

Brandon Boyer

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In other hardware hackery news, larppodcast-er Joe has won today’s master-of-the-obvious award by creating a real-world Pip-Boy out of an iPod Touch and the Fallout 3 Survival Edition’s included wrist-mountable clock.

He is, perhaps, just a few months too soon: with firmware 3.0′s newly added support for peripherals, the promise of hooking this up to bio and, err, radiation monitors (surely?) is too tempting, and a more logical use than displaying what appears to be a slideshow of game screenshots, though kudos for using the game’s soundtrack in the background as a faux Three Dog radio broadcast.

Pip Boy 3000 + iTouch [larppodcast YouTube, via Kotaku]

Previously:
Fallout 3 Survival Edition ships with real-life Pip Boy for your …
Three Dog's iTunes mix tape – Offworld
The Glow, Pt. 3: Literally the best Fallout 3 T-shirts ever made …
Before and After: the Capital Wastelands – Offworld
Fallout 3: Everybody Dance! edition – Offworld

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