3D-printed Pokédex for playing 'Pokémon Go' has built-in battery – Mashable


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You wish you were playing Pokémon Go like a real Pokémon trainer using this 3D-printed Pokédex.

Recently, Sparkfun user Npoole printed this Pokédex case for his Samsung Galaxy S4 and posted the photos online. Pokémon fans will immediately recognize the portable Pokémon scanner and encyclopedia device as the original model Professor Oak gave to Ash Ketchum and Pokédouchebag/Ash’s rival/Oak’s grandson Gary

The 3D-printed Pokédex is more than just a case. It also packs a 2,600mAh battery to keep the phone charged up during long Pokéhunts.

Npoole even included LED lights to make the Pokédex that much more realistic. 

He says he’s working on another revision that’ll include cooling fans and additional batteries.

Pokémon fans with access to a 3D printer can download files for cases for the Galaxy S4 and iPhone 6S (which he hasn’t tested yet) from Github here and print them for themselves. You can also find more pictures on Sparkfun.

And if you really must know, it looks like he’s on Team Valor. Because Valor is the best and you know it.

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You wish you were playing Pokémon Go like a real Pokémon trainer using this 3D-printed Pokédex.

Recently, Sparkfun user Npoole printed this Pokédex case for his Samsung Galaxy S4 and posted the photos online. Pokémon fans will immediately recognize the portable Pokémon scanner and encyclopedia device as the original model Professor Oak gave to Ash Ketchum and Pokédouchebag/Ash’s rival/Oak’s grandson Gary

The 3D-printed Pokédex is more than just a case. It also packs a 2,600mAh battery to keep the phone charged up during long Pokéhunts.

Npoole even included LED lights to make the Pokédex that much more realistic. 

He says he’s working on another revision that’ll include cooling fans and additional batteries.

Pokémon fans with access to a 3D printer can download files for cases for the Galaxy S4 and iPhone 6S (which he hasn’t tested yet) from Github here and print them for themselves. You can also find more pictures on Sparkfun.

And if you really must know, it looks like he’s on Team Valor. Because Valor is the best and you know it.

Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments.

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