For Christmas we decide to "upgrade" the computer of our daughter with the Rpi V3.
We bought the RPi at Pimoroni: https://shop.pimoroni.com/, a nice shop with a great support.
The Idea came from my wife as we had at the kitchen a tablet stand from IKEA (model Rimforsa), as we where inspired by the Kano design
Fro the screen I bougth a LCD screen in DealExtreme, with the HDMI connector.
For the sound I used a cheap speaker, but at home, the Rpi is mainly connected to a bluetoth speakers.
The concept is quite simple, a big cut for the screen, and them hiding the Pi and the electronics behind the screen.
My daugther is playing with the Kano OS
First step is to test the electronics.
The, cut the stand to the dimensions of the screen.
Later, with the cutoff of the front I prepared the stands for the electronics:with countersunk screw, then this stand is glued on position behind the screen. I didn´t want to see the bolts from the back of the stand, that´s why I went with this solution.
I attached with hot glue the screen control buttons in the rear opening of the Rimforsa
Finally, the installation of the screen with hot-glue