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Just got a Waveshare TFT LCD 3.2 inch screen for my raspberry pi 2 and was wondering if anyone has managed to get it working. 

I have been successful in getting the screen to work, but have yet to figure out the touch capabilities. 
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I found a company with a 7" TFT LCD like these, they've said they've been trying to get it to work with a pi too. It seems like it's not uncommon to have problems.
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You should already know about the 2015 Hackaday Prize, but have you submitted your entry yet? All it takes to get started is talking about one idea you have to address a problem faced by a large number of people. To help get the ball rolling we’re giving…
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 I myself have always been interested in taking things apart and figuring out what makes them tick. This usually meant breaking my aunts computer, tearing up working radios, and generally causing my parents to question buying me anything nice. Now that I am older, I want to share my experiences to help others harness the untapped "features" of their devices, and this site gives me that opportunity. 
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Posting a link for those interested in Vintage/Retro computers. 
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One of my first projects on the Shapeoko 2. Using Inkscape to draw the box then makercam to convert to gcode. 
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+Todd Bailey thanks. Found out that box design can be pretty difficult if you make it difficult. 
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This is my entry for the 2015 Hackaday Prize. Show support if you are interested. We are just putting the final touches on the design and will be throwing together REV 0 soon!

http://hackaday.io/project/4608-medical-picorder
There are estimated to be millions of people living in medically under-served areas. Georgia alone has 127 medically under-served counties with a physician to patient ratio of 1:3500. This project will allow those living in medically under-served areas access to critical diagnostic and procedural care. This device is not intended to replace primary care physicians but instead will reduce the number of unnecessary deaths associated with untreated ...
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Thanks +Rodney Abke . I have years of working with python libraries to thank. 
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 I myself have always been interested in taking things apart and figuring out what makes them tick. This usually meant breaking my aunts computer, tearing up working radios, and generally causing my parents to question buying me anything nice. Now that I am older, I want to share my experiences to help others harness the untapped "features" of their devices, and this site gives me that opportunity. 
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Meet penguin-bot. Remote-controlled rovers disguised as penguins could reduce stress to wild animals during behavioural research
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In what might be the most epic move ever, Georgia Tech Athletics is giving away 5 authentic Stormtrooper helmets away to students at this Saturday's Whiteout game vs. Miami. -- http://c.gatech.edu/GTWhiteOut14  #GoJackets #GTWhiteOut  
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In what might be the most epic move ever, Georgia Tech Athletics is giving away 5 authentic Stormtrooper helmets away to students at this Saturday's Whiteout game vs. Miami. -- http://c.gatech.edu/GTWhiteOut14  #GoJackets #GTWhiteOut  
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I'm a electrical engineer in the making.
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