My plan was to do a pretty simple swap and reuse both the backlight inverter in the display assembly as well as the LVDS wiring already running through the goose neck (there's some debate on what the pivot arm should be called, so I hope this video of geese eating apples will convince you). Some of the G4s had panels that would take a tmds dvi signal. Experts speculate that the headphone jack was included simply so that when the 2003 model with optional bluetooth was released AirPod users would want to upgrade.

I compared it to a late-2018 Mac Mini with an i7-8700B that was benchmarked on Geekbench. The Gateway Profile was one of the few Wintel competitors to the iMac G4 in the all-in-one LCD computer market. He even went as far as replacing the display with a higher resolution panel, though it sounds like it was dead to begin with so he didn’t have much choice in the matter. As far as I know the screen on mine works… Anyone have thoughts about how easy/hard it would be to reuse the existing screen with a NUC?

That left him with a bunch of tiny wires, which make up the TMDS signal. Most of us have traded our desktop systems for laptops, tablets, and mobile devices, meaning there's a lot of outdated hardware sitting in attics. In the Output pane, make sure that your HDMI device is selected. The original 2.5mm socket on the mainboard is rewired. Learn how to identify the ports on your Mac. Booo. I knew when I got it that the display was nonfunctional, but I didn't mind having to upgrade the 1440x900 screen to a 1920x1200 one. I’m always glad to see NUC builds instead of yet another pi-in-a-thing. Expandable up to 2 GB via one factory installed memory module in a 184-pin DIMM slot and one 200-pin user-accessible SO-DIMM slot (officially only 1 GB is supported), Expandable up to 2 GB via one factory installed memory module in a 184-pin DIMM slot and one 200-pin user-accessible SO-DIMM slot. Question The price will raise! Use any of these methods to open Displays preferences: If your HDMI device isn't receiving audio from your Mac: If your Mac goes to sleep while a video is playing or paused, you might see an HDCP error. Those things look sick; if you can find one broken/for cheap that would be a great project. However, there appears to have been a lack of communication between development teams since that module used Bluetooth 1.1 and the AirPods require at least 4.0.

So you can't really use it anymore. Want to give your old computer a new purpose? My last alteration was adding some wires to the momentary switch behind the original power button so that it could still be used. The model I used is a Dawson Canyon NUC (. The internal components are housed in a 10.6" half-sphere, ice white case with a chromed stainless steel neck that supports a 15" TFT Active Matrix LCD display. I’ve driven a flat panel directly off a NUC before, no HDMI cable/LCD controller board necessary. Even if I just used it as an external display or stuffed a Raspberry Pi into it for a low powered linux machine, I could get some use out of it (in retrospect this is a bad way to justify purchases). A little cutout in the sheet metal housing is required in order to free some space for the internal NUC power connector.

Matthew started by taking apart the base and removing the CD-ROM, hard drive and motherboard. Like putting an iPad inside of a Macintosh Classic shell.

These sorts of projects are all over.

All the custom electronics and the Chime controller are mounted on the bottom side of the drive housing. MyTeletouch liked Wireless solar-powered sensor node. The original M6531 Pro Speakers are used in original condition, using their 2.5mm Apple connector. It's basically laptop brains in a box with many features typically only available on desktop boards like extra USB/panel headers, serial headers, and no touchpad.

To anyone attempting: do not take apart the goose neck unless you absolutely must, and double check your work before closing it. I’d still just measure it and put a newer laptop replacement screen in there, though; that was not a good year for LCDs.

I fought with the neck assembly for hours over multiple days. Would I be willing to pay an extra $400 for something less powerful that doesn't look as cool? The original power button got wired to the fan header before I closed up the NUC, so I left some slack on it so that I could still work on the two halves separately while putting in the main block.

The original WiFi antenna needs to be replaced with a new one from Tyco. Turn off the HDMI device while your Mac is turned on. You can find more photos and instructions on Matthew's blog, and detailed advice and technical specs over on Dremel Junkie.

I knew … I appreciate the links to Dremel Junkie, etc. Mac computers that have any of the following ports can connect to HDMI devices. This little guy packs a punch at 115x111x36mm in its enclosure.

Those are the specifications of the renewed iMac: Also have a look at my other Hackintosh videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGO5EJJClJ... First, we need to know how the inverter pinout is. That’s what he ended up doing with the power wires for the display inverter. yambém is true that I have no experience and can help me?

From this Raspberry Pi Super Nintendo to a Modern System in a 386 case to a Ryzen in a TRS80 to — perhaps my personal favorite — this PC in an old Philco radio, giving new life to an enclosure designed decades ago has a certain magic to it. At some point I'd like to go back and clean this up, but for now it's functional and not too unsightly. Apple advertised the iMac G4 as having the adjustability of a desk lamp, and was nicknamed the "iLamp", similar to "Luxo Jr.", who was featured in a short film produced by Pixar, another venture of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. The iMac G4 featured an LCD mounted on an adjustable arm above a hemisphere containing a full-size, tray-loading optical drive and a fourth-generation PowerPC G4 74xx-series processor. The machine was sold with the Apple Pro Keyboard and Apple Pro Mouse, which were later redesigned and renamed the Apple Keyboard and Apple Mouse, respectively.

However, the LCD iMacs were unable to match the low price point of the iMac G3, largely due to the higher cost of the LCD technology at the time. jnesmoht wrote a comment on A 10X 100MHz Differential Probe. Inside the goose neck is a massive spring that keeps the arm in position with the weight of the monitor on it, and that thing is hefty.

They said that about the Color Classic and Mac Classic machines I have. I stumbled upon the chassis for this build while on Craigslist scavenging for parts for another build, and at $30 I couldn't say no. [Tom] notes a number of unique design elements, chief among them the circular motherboard. At this point I ran into a few problems. Nothing wrong with a nice Pi based build and to such a vintage device would be a fairly significant step up in useful performance just from the vidcore GPU part of a Pi. I did a little searching but couldn't find any other examples.

Thanks! Question Copyright © 2020 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. The "Guts": Display board, power supplies, and NUC mounted to the cage.

The iMac G4 was then marketed as the "iMac" until its discontinuation, then was retroactively labeled iMac G4 to distinguish itself from the succeeding iMac G5 in August 2004. I fitted a cat-6 RJ45 extender that ran to the 1Gbps port on the NUC. But the NUC’s/laptop motherboard/small atx retrofit re-builds are always nice to see, hopefully better performance than a Pi and its not an arm chip so more choice in software and OS you can run. The fan controller recieves 5v from a regulator built into the display control board.

3 years ago. Even playing a YouTube video is beyond the capability of the PowerPC G4 CPU. To keep the fan noise as silent as possible, a temperature controlled Picaxe fan controller is implemented in this step.

Then you can just adapt the dvi signal to HDMI and plug into the NUC.

Have three given to me for free and if you or anyone else interested are in the Lake Michigan area I’d can pass one on. Though was thinking I might have a reason to use one of the eMac’s from the same era with a new purpose for life maybe? Oh that’s a really cool idea; I’ll definitely look into it!

Hard to say without knowing the precise kind of screen and its interface, but many NUCs have an LVDS display ribbon connector on the board. Oh man that’s a great idea.

The problem is, that this thing is about 15 years old now. For simplicity's sake I got most of the kinks worked out before actually sticking the NUC into the dome.

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My plan was to do a pretty simple swap and reuse both the backlight inverter in the display assembly as well as the LVDS wiring already running through the goose neck (there's some debate on what the pivot arm should be called, so I hope this video of geese eating apples will convince you). Some of the G4s had panels that would take a tmds dvi signal. Experts speculate that the headphone jack was included simply so that when the 2003 model with optional bluetooth was released AirPod users would want to upgrade.

I compared it to a late-2018 Mac Mini with an i7-8700B that was benchmarked on Geekbench. The Gateway Profile was one of the few Wintel competitors to the iMac G4 in the all-in-one LCD computer market. He even went as far as replacing the display with a higher resolution panel, though it sounds like it was dead to begin with so he didn’t have much choice in the matter. As far as I know the screen on mine works… Anyone have thoughts about how easy/hard it would be to reuse the existing screen with a NUC?

That left him with a bunch of tiny wires, which make up the TMDS signal. Most of us have traded our desktop systems for laptops, tablets, and mobile devices, meaning there's a lot of outdated hardware sitting in attics. In the Output pane, make sure that your HDMI device is selected. The original 2.5mm socket on the mainboard is rewired. Learn how to identify the ports on your Mac. Booo. I knew when I got it that the display was nonfunctional, but I didn't mind having to upgrade the 1440x900 screen to a 1920x1200 one. I’m always glad to see NUC builds instead of yet another pi-in-a-thing. Expandable up to 2 GB via one factory installed memory module in a 184-pin DIMM slot and one 200-pin user-accessible SO-DIMM slot (officially only 1 GB is supported), Expandable up to 2 GB via one factory installed memory module in a 184-pin DIMM slot and one 200-pin user-accessible SO-DIMM slot. Question The price will raise! Use any of these methods to open Displays preferences: If your HDMI device isn't receiving audio from your Mac: If your Mac goes to sleep while a video is playing or paused, you might see an HDCP error. Those things look sick; if you can find one broken/for cheap that would be a great project. However, there appears to have been a lack of communication between development teams since that module used Bluetooth 1.1 and the AirPods require at least 4.0.

So you can't really use it anymore. Want to give your old computer a new purpose? My last alteration was adding some wires to the momentary switch behind the original power button so that it could still be used. The model I used is a Dawson Canyon NUC (. The internal components are housed in a 10.6" half-sphere, ice white case with a chromed stainless steel neck that supports a 15" TFT Active Matrix LCD display. I’ve driven a flat panel directly off a NUC before, no HDMI cable/LCD controller board necessary. Even if I just used it as an external display or stuffed a Raspberry Pi into it for a low powered linux machine, I could get some use out of it (in retrospect this is a bad way to justify purchases). A little cutout in the sheet metal housing is required in order to free some space for the internal NUC power connector.

Matthew started by taking apart the base and removing the CD-ROM, hard drive and motherboard. Like putting an iPad inside of a Macintosh Classic shell.

These sorts of projects are all over.

All the custom electronics and the Chime controller are mounted on the bottom side of the drive housing. MyTeletouch liked Wireless solar-powered sensor node. The original M6531 Pro Speakers are used in original condition, using their 2.5mm Apple connector. It's basically laptop brains in a box with many features typically only available on desktop boards like extra USB/panel headers, serial headers, and no touchpad.

To anyone attempting: do not take apart the goose neck unless you absolutely must, and double check your work before closing it. I’d still just measure it and put a newer laptop replacement screen in there, though; that was not a good year for LCDs.

I fought with the neck assembly for hours over multiple days. Would I be willing to pay an extra $400 for something less powerful that doesn't look as cool? The original power button got wired to the fan header before I closed up the NUC, so I left some slack on it so that I could still work on the two halves separately while putting in the main block.

The original WiFi antenna needs to be replaced with a new one from Tyco. Turn off the HDMI device while your Mac is turned on. You can find more photos and instructions on Matthew's blog, and detailed advice and technical specs over on Dremel Junkie.

I knew … I appreciate the links to Dremel Junkie, etc. Mac computers that have any of the following ports can connect to HDMI devices. This little guy packs a punch at 115x111x36mm in its enclosure.

Those are the specifications of the renewed iMac: Also have a look at my other Hackintosh videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGO5EJJClJ... First, we need to know how the inverter pinout is. That’s what he ended up doing with the power wires for the display inverter. yambém is true that I have no experience and can help me?

From this Raspberry Pi Super Nintendo to a Modern System in a 386 case to a Ryzen in a TRS80 to — perhaps my personal favorite — this PC in an old Philco radio, giving new life to an enclosure designed decades ago has a certain magic to it. At some point I'd like to go back and clean this up, but for now it's functional and not too unsightly. Apple advertised the iMac G4 as having the adjustability of a desk lamp, and was nicknamed the "iLamp", similar to "Luxo Jr.", who was featured in a short film produced by Pixar, another venture of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. The iMac G4 featured an LCD mounted on an adjustable arm above a hemisphere containing a full-size, tray-loading optical drive and a fourth-generation PowerPC G4 74xx-series processor. The machine was sold with the Apple Pro Keyboard and Apple Pro Mouse, which were later redesigned and renamed the Apple Keyboard and Apple Mouse, respectively.

However, the LCD iMacs were unable to match the low price point of the iMac G3, largely due to the higher cost of the LCD technology at the time. jnesmoht wrote a comment on A 10X 100MHz Differential Probe. Inside the goose neck is a massive spring that keeps the arm in position with the weight of the monitor on it, and that thing is hefty.

They said that about the Color Classic and Mac Classic machines I have. I stumbled upon the chassis for this build while on Craigslist scavenging for parts for another build, and at $30 I couldn't say no. [Tom] notes a number of unique design elements, chief among them the circular motherboard. At this point I ran into a few problems. Nothing wrong with a nice Pi based build and to such a vintage device would be a fairly significant step up in useful performance just from the vidcore GPU part of a Pi. I did a little searching but couldn't find any other examples.

Thanks! Question Copyright © 2020 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. The "Guts": Display board, power supplies, and NUC mounted to the cage.

The iMac G4 was then marketed as the "iMac" until its discontinuation, then was retroactively labeled iMac G4 to distinguish itself from the succeeding iMac G5 in August 2004. I fitted a cat-6 RJ45 extender that ran to the 1Gbps port on the NUC. But the NUC’s/laptop motherboard/small atx retrofit re-builds are always nice to see, hopefully better performance than a Pi and its not an arm chip so more choice in software and OS you can run. The fan controller recieves 5v from a regulator built into the display control board.

3 years ago. Even playing a YouTube video is beyond the capability of the PowerPC G4 CPU. To keep the fan noise as silent as possible, a temperature controlled Picaxe fan controller is implemented in this step.

Then you can just adapt the dvi signal to HDMI and plug into the NUC.

Have three given to me for free and if you or anyone else interested are in the Lake Michigan area I’d can pass one on. Though was thinking I might have a reason to use one of the eMac’s from the same era with a new purpose for life maybe? Oh that’s a really cool idea; I’ll definitely look into it!

Hard to say without knowing the precise kind of screen and its interface, but many NUCs have an LVDS display ribbon connector on the board. Oh man that’s a great idea.

The problem is, that this thing is about 15 years old now. For simplicity's sake I got most of the kinks worked out before actually sticking the NUC into the dome.

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My plan was to do a pretty simple swap and reuse both the backlight inverter in the display assembly as well as the LVDS wiring already running through the goose neck (there's some debate on what the pivot arm should be called, so I hope this video of geese eating apples will convince you). Some of the G4s had panels that would take a tmds dvi signal. Experts speculate that the headphone jack was included simply so that when the 2003 model with optional bluetooth was released AirPod users would want to upgrade.

I compared it to a late-2018 Mac Mini with an i7-8700B that was benchmarked on Geekbench. The Gateway Profile was one of the few Wintel competitors to the iMac G4 in the all-in-one LCD computer market. He even went as far as replacing the display with a higher resolution panel, though it sounds like it was dead to begin with so he didn’t have much choice in the matter. As far as I know the screen on mine works… Anyone have thoughts about how easy/hard it would be to reuse the existing screen with a NUC?

That left him with a bunch of tiny wires, which make up the TMDS signal. Most of us have traded our desktop systems for laptops, tablets, and mobile devices, meaning there's a lot of outdated hardware sitting in attics. In the Output pane, make sure that your HDMI device is selected. The original 2.5mm socket on the mainboard is rewired. Learn how to identify the ports on your Mac. Booo. I knew when I got it that the display was nonfunctional, but I didn't mind having to upgrade the 1440x900 screen to a 1920x1200 one. I’m always glad to see NUC builds instead of yet another pi-in-a-thing. Expandable up to 2 GB via one factory installed memory module in a 184-pin DIMM slot and one 200-pin user-accessible SO-DIMM slot (officially only 1 GB is supported), Expandable up to 2 GB via one factory installed memory module in a 184-pin DIMM slot and one 200-pin user-accessible SO-DIMM slot. Question The price will raise! Use any of these methods to open Displays preferences: If your HDMI device isn't receiving audio from your Mac: If your Mac goes to sleep while a video is playing or paused, you might see an HDCP error. Those things look sick; if you can find one broken/for cheap that would be a great project. However, there appears to have been a lack of communication between development teams since that module used Bluetooth 1.1 and the AirPods require at least 4.0.

So you can't really use it anymore. Want to give your old computer a new purpose? My last alteration was adding some wires to the momentary switch behind the original power button so that it could still be used. The model I used is a Dawson Canyon NUC (. The internal components are housed in a 10.6" half-sphere, ice white case with a chromed stainless steel neck that supports a 15" TFT Active Matrix LCD display. I’ve driven a flat panel directly off a NUC before, no HDMI cable/LCD controller board necessary. Even if I just used it as an external display or stuffed a Raspberry Pi into it for a low powered linux machine, I could get some use out of it (in retrospect this is a bad way to justify purchases). A little cutout in the sheet metal housing is required in order to free some space for the internal NUC power connector.

Matthew started by taking apart the base and removing the CD-ROM, hard drive and motherboard. Like putting an iPad inside of a Macintosh Classic shell.

These sorts of projects are all over.

All the custom electronics and the Chime controller are mounted on the bottom side of the drive housing. MyTeletouch liked Wireless solar-powered sensor node. The original M6531 Pro Speakers are used in original condition, using their 2.5mm Apple connector. It's basically laptop brains in a box with many features typically only available on desktop boards like extra USB/panel headers, serial headers, and no touchpad.

To anyone attempting: do not take apart the goose neck unless you absolutely must, and double check your work before closing it. I’d still just measure it and put a newer laptop replacement screen in there, though; that was not a good year for LCDs.

I fought with the neck assembly for hours over multiple days. Would I be willing to pay an extra $400 for something less powerful that doesn't look as cool? The original power button got wired to the fan header before I closed up the NUC, so I left some slack on it so that I could still work on the two halves separately while putting in the main block.

The original WiFi antenna needs to be replaced with a new one from Tyco. Turn off the HDMI device while your Mac is turned on. You can find more photos and instructions on Matthew's blog, and detailed advice and technical specs over on Dremel Junkie.

I knew … I appreciate the links to Dremel Junkie, etc. Mac computers that have any of the following ports can connect to HDMI devices. This little guy packs a punch at 115x111x36mm in its enclosure.

Those are the specifications of the renewed iMac: Also have a look at my other Hackintosh videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGO5EJJClJ... First, we need to know how the inverter pinout is. That’s what he ended up doing with the power wires for the display inverter. yambém is true that I have no experience and can help me?

From this Raspberry Pi Super Nintendo to a Modern System in a 386 case to a Ryzen in a TRS80 to — perhaps my personal favorite — this PC in an old Philco radio, giving new life to an enclosure designed decades ago has a certain magic to it. At some point I'd like to go back and clean this up, but for now it's functional and not too unsightly. Apple advertised the iMac G4 as having the adjustability of a desk lamp, and was nicknamed the "iLamp", similar to "Luxo Jr.", who was featured in a short film produced by Pixar, another venture of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. The iMac G4 featured an LCD mounted on an adjustable arm above a hemisphere containing a full-size, tray-loading optical drive and a fourth-generation PowerPC G4 74xx-series processor. The machine was sold with the Apple Pro Keyboard and Apple Pro Mouse, which were later redesigned and renamed the Apple Keyboard and Apple Mouse, respectively.

However, the LCD iMacs were unable to match the low price point of the iMac G3, largely due to the higher cost of the LCD technology at the time. jnesmoht wrote a comment on A 10X 100MHz Differential Probe. Inside the goose neck is a massive spring that keeps the arm in position with the weight of the monitor on it, and that thing is hefty.

They said that about the Color Classic and Mac Classic machines I have. I stumbled upon the chassis for this build while on Craigslist scavenging for parts for another build, and at $30 I couldn't say no. [Tom] notes a number of unique design elements, chief among them the circular motherboard. At this point I ran into a few problems. Nothing wrong with a nice Pi based build and to such a vintage device would be a fairly significant step up in useful performance just from the vidcore GPU part of a Pi. I did a little searching but couldn't find any other examples.

Thanks! Question Copyright © 2020 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. The "Guts": Display board, power supplies, and NUC mounted to the cage.

The iMac G4 was then marketed as the "iMac" until its discontinuation, then was retroactively labeled iMac G4 to distinguish itself from the succeeding iMac G5 in August 2004. I fitted a cat-6 RJ45 extender that ran to the 1Gbps port on the NUC. But the NUC’s/laptop motherboard/small atx retrofit re-builds are always nice to see, hopefully better performance than a Pi and its not an arm chip so more choice in software and OS you can run. The fan controller recieves 5v from a regulator built into the display control board.

3 years ago. Even playing a YouTube video is beyond the capability of the PowerPC G4 CPU. To keep the fan noise as silent as possible, a temperature controlled Picaxe fan controller is implemented in this step.

Then you can just adapt the dvi signal to HDMI and plug into the NUC.

Have three given to me for free and if you or anyone else interested are in the Lake Michigan area I’d can pass one on. Though was thinking I might have a reason to use one of the eMac’s from the same era with a new purpose for life maybe? Oh that’s a really cool idea; I’ll definitely look into it!

Hard to say without knowing the precise kind of screen and its interface, but many NUCs have an LVDS display ribbon connector on the board. Oh man that’s a great idea.

The problem is, that this thing is about 15 years old now. For simplicity's sake I got most of the kinks worked out before actually sticking the NUC into the dome.

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If your screen is cracked or broken, or your display is not working, while the rest of the computer still seems to be functioning, this … Was thinking a handgrip or slip resistant material in a grip area will be a nice improvement also. 19V then comes out of the internal 2pin molex connector on the NUC mainboard and feeds into the pico PSU. This little extra makes a brightness change very convenient. 1 year ago.

The iMac G4 is an all-in-one personal computer designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple Computer, Inc. from January 2002 to August 2004.

This was my first venture into Hackintoshes, but between the TonyMac guide linked above and others (including this good one from Hackintosher) I was able to get it up and running in a couple of hours with most things working. Apple discontinued the PowerPC architecture about 10 years ago and there are no updates available anymore. Rather than disassembling the neck for a third time, I conceded to stealthily mount the inverter on the back of the display assembly and to have just the four wires needed for inverter power running externally. Unlike some earlier iMac models that are convection-cooled, the iMac "Flat Panel" series is cooled by a quiet internal fan.

My plan was to do a pretty simple swap and reuse both the backlight inverter in the display assembly as well as the LVDS wiring already running through the goose neck (there's some debate on what the pivot arm should be called, so I hope this video of geese eating apples will convince you). Some of the G4s had panels that would take a tmds dvi signal. Experts speculate that the headphone jack was included simply so that when the 2003 model with optional bluetooth was released AirPod users would want to upgrade.

I compared it to a late-2018 Mac Mini with an i7-8700B that was benchmarked on Geekbench. The Gateway Profile was one of the few Wintel competitors to the iMac G4 in the all-in-one LCD computer market. He even went as far as replacing the display with a higher resolution panel, though it sounds like it was dead to begin with so he didn’t have much choice in the matter. As far as I know the screen on mine works… Anyone have thoughts about how easy/hard it would be to reuse the existing screen with a NUC?

That left him with a bunch of tiny wires, which make up the TMDS signal. Most of us have traded our desktop systems for laptops, tablets, and mobile devices, meaning there's a lot of outdated hardware sitting in attics. In the Output pane, make sure that your HDMI device is selected. The original 2.5mm socket on the mainboard is rewired. Learn how to identify the ports on your Mac. Booo. I knew when I got it that the display was nonfunctional, but I didn't mind having to upgrade the 1440x900 screen to a 1920x1200 one. I’m always glad to see NUC builds instead of yet another pi-in-a-thing. Expandable up to 2 GB via one factory installed memory module in a 184-pin DIMM slot and one 200-pin user-accessible SO-DIMM slot (officially only 1 GB is supported), Expandable up to 2 GB via one factory installed memory module in a 184-pin DIMM slot and one 200-pin user-accessible SO-DIMM slot. Question The price will raise! Use any of these methods to open Displays preferences: If your HDMI device isn't receiving audio from your Mac: If your Mac goes to sleep while a video is playing or paused, you might see an HDCP error. Those things look sick; if you can find one broken/for cheap that would be a great project. However, there appears to have been a lack of communication between development teams since that module used Bluetooth 1.1 and the AirPods require at least 4.0.

So you can't really use it anymore. Want to give your old computer a new purpose? My last alteration was adding some wires to the momentary switch behind the original power button so that it could still be used. The model I used is a Dawson Canyon NUC (. The internal components are housed in a 10.6" half-sphere, ice white case with a chromed stainless steel neck that supports a 15" TFT Active Matrix LCD display. I’ve driven a flat panel directly off a NUC before, no HDMI cable/LCD controller board necessary. Even if I just used it as an external display or stuffed a Raspberry Pi into it for a low powered linux machine, I could get some use out of it (in retrospect this is a bad way to justify purchases). A little cutout in the sheet metal housing is required in order to free some space for the internal NUC power connector.

Matthew started by taking apart the base and removing the CD-ROM, hard drive and motherboard. Like putting an iPad inside of a Macintosh Classic shell.

These sorts of projects are all over.

All the custom electronics and the Chime controller are mounted on the bottom side of the drive housing. MyTeletouch liked Wireless solar-powered sensor node. The original M6531 Pro Speakers are used in original condition, using their 2.5mm Apple connector. It's basically laptop brains in a box with many features typically only available on desktop boards like extra USB/panel headers, serial headers, and no touchpad.

To anyone attempting: do not take apart the goose neck unless you absolutely must, and double check your work before closing it. I’d still just measure it and put a newer laptop replacement screen in there, though; that was not a good year for LCDs.

I fought with the neck assembly for hours over multiple days. Would I be willing to pay an extra $400 for something less powerful that doesn't look as cool? The original power button got wired to the fan header before I closed up the NUC, so I left some slack on it so that I could still work on the two halves separately while putting in the main block.

The original WiFi antenna needs to be replaced with a new one from Tyco. Turn off the HDMI device while your Mac is turned on. You can find more photos and instructions on Matthew's blog, and detailed advice and technical specs over on Dremel Junkie.

I knew … I appreciate the links to Dremel Junkie, etc. Mac computers that have any of the following ports can connect to HDMI devices. This little guy packs a punch at 115x111x36mm in its enclosure.

Those are the specifications of the renewed iMac: Also have a look at my other Hackintosh videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGO5EJJClJ... First, we need to know how the inverter pinout is. That’s what he ended up doing with the power wires for the display inverter. yambém is true that I have no experience and can help me?

From this Raspberry Pi Super Nintendo to a Modern System in a 386 case to a Ryzen in a TRS80 to — perhaps my personal favorite — this PC in an old Philco radio, giving new life to an enclosure designed decades ago has a certain magic to it. At some point I'd like to go back and clean this up, but for now it's functional and not too unsightly. Apple advertised the iMac G4 as having the adjustability of a desk lamp, and was nicknamed the "iLamp", similar to "Luxo Jr.", who was featured in a short film produced by Pixar, another venture of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. The iMac G4 featured an LCD mounted on an adjustable arm above a hemisphere containing a full-size, tray-loading optical drive and a fourth-generation PowerPC G4 74xx-series processor. The machine was sold with the Apple Pro Keyboard and Apple Pro Mouse, which were later redesigned and renamed the Apple Keyboard and Apple Mouse, respectively.

However, the LCD iMacs were unable to match the low price point of the iMac G3, largely due to the higher cost of the LCD technology at the time. jnesmoht wrote a comment on A 10X 100MHz Differential Probe. Inside the goose neck is a massive spring that keeps the arm in position with the weight of the monitor on it, and that thing is hefty.

They said that about the Color Classic and Mac Classic machines I have. I stumbled upon the chassis for this build while on Craigslist scavenging for parts for another build, and at $30 I couldn't say no. [Tom] notes a number of unique design elements, chief among them the circular motherboard. At this point I ran into a few problems. Nothing wrong with a nice Pi based build and to such a vintage device would be a fairly significant step up in useful performance just from the vidcore GPU part of a Pi. I did a little searching but couldn't find any other examples.

Thanks! Question Copyright © 2020 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. The "Guts": Display board, power supplies, and NUC mounted to the cage.

The iMac G4 was then marketed as the "iMac" until its discontinuation, then was retroactively labeled iMac G4 to distinguish itself from the succeeding iMac G5 in August 2004. I fitted a cat-6 RJ45 extender that ran to the 1Gbps port on the NUC. But the NUC’s/laptop motherboard/small atx retrofit re-builds are always nice to see, hopefully better performance than a Pi and its not an arm chip so more choice in software and OS you can run. The fan controller recieves 5v from a regulator built into the display control board.

3 years ago. Even playing a YouTube video is beyond the capability of the PowerPC G4 CPU. To keep the fan noise as silent as possible, a temperature controlled Picaxe fan controller is implemented in this step.

Then you can just adapt the dvi signal to HDMI and plug into the NUC.

Have three given to me for free and if you or anyone else interested are in the Lake Michigan area I’d can pass one on. Though was thinking I might have a reason to use one of the eMac’s from the same era with a new purpose for life maybe? Oh that’s a really cool idea; I’ll definitely look into it!

Hard to say without knowing the precise kind of screen and its interface, but many NUCs have an LVDS display ribbon connector on the board. Oh man that’s a great idea.

The problem is, that this thing is about 15 years old now. For simplicity's sake I got most of the kinks worked out before actually sticking the NUC into the dome.

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