This followup to the original iBox builds upon that cabinet, with an LCD display, gutted iBook, and arcade-style controls. Here’s what’s new:

Following that idea [iBox], I extended it and went with a large “marquee” area on the top (for the speakers and a lighted sign) and a large control console in front. I also tried to keep the sides of the machine narrow – using the width of the LCD display to dictate that dimension

[via Mac]

This followup to the original iBox builds upon that cabinet, with an LCD display, gutted iBook, and arcade-style controls. Here’s what’s new:

Following that idea [iBox], I extended it and went with a large “marquee” area on the top (for the speakers and a lighted sign) and a large control console in front. I also tried to keep the sides of the machine narrow – using the width of the LCD display to dictate that dimension

[via Mac]