Medical PADD

here you could show your self made Star Trek PROPS and the development process of these
Sun 19. Apr 2015, 10:26


  • Good morning,

    I was already busy today and finished this medical PADD.

    Keep on trekking

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Sun 19. Apr 2015, 21:37


  • Nice!

    Would you be willing to share the sizing, either the case or the 'screen'? I'm just wondering where it compares to like a 7in tablet.
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  • Aricwithana wrote:Nice!

    Would you be willing to share the sizing, either the case or the 'screen'? I'm just wondering where it compares to like a 7in tablet.


    Thanks Aricwithana,

    the PADD is 9" x 6" in size, the display is 5" x 6".

    Hope that helps.

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  • Cmdr.Kerner wrote:
    Aricwithana wrote:Nice!

    Would you be willing to share the sizing, either the case or the 'screen'? I'm just wondering where it compares to like a 7in tablet.


    Thanks Aricwithana,

    the PADD is 9" x 6" in size, the display is 5" x 6".

    Hope that helps.

    Dietrich


    Ah about the size of a Galaxy 8.9.

    The one thing I love about PADDS is that there is area to actually hold on to the device, have accessory access points and still a decent sized screen. If the dpi of the screen is really high, even a 5x6in screen will be really nice.

    PADD design isn't 100% practical, since well, it is made for a scifi show but all best points are represented. What I'd give to slap in a touchscreen into that prop with hardware/battery of course. lol
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