I want to share this lightweight 3D printable case for the OpenBCI board. This came about as part of another project where the board was required to be integrated into other (non-printed) designs. It also serves to protect the board during normal use or transport.
This version is still fairly basic. It has the top cut away to show the board and offer button access. It will need cutouts if you intend to access the GPIO pins. Unlike the first OpenBCI case, this does not include a compartment for the battery. It does have a hole cut for the battery lead so it can be connected without opening the case. Expect future versions of this design to be integrated into the next version of the OpenBCI UltraCortex EEG headset.