There are a lot of examples of individuals retrofitting an outdated Mac with a Raspberry Pi. The one within the video above from jaromaz may have you mounting an LCD display with a Pi housed inside an outdated Mac’s shell. All authentic parts, together with the display, get changed on this situation. It can save you the display if it is in fine condition, nevertheless it’s far simpler from a compatibility perspective to simply exchange it. You will get a greater decision with a brand new display, however you’ll have to cope with the unique Mac display having the CRT monitor curve. A 3D-printed half will repair that for you in the event you’re switching to a flat LCD display, however that is solely in case you have a 3D printer helpful.
Remember to seize software program for the Mac OS you are searching for. Basilisk II is a well-liked possibility for Mac OS 7 and eight if that is what you need. When that is put in, you will have a brand new machine that not solely seems to be like a basic Macintosh however performs like one as properly. For extra element, jaromaz breaks down the entire construct on GitHub.