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1 month ago in Blogs
A perfectly ordinary Game Boy... that can run Sonic and Doom?
7 months ago in Blogs
A VT-102 serial terminal scale model incorporating an ESP32 emulating a PDP11.
1 year ago in Blogs
Ikea sometimes has nice stuff; some more useful than others. The Frekvens line of things blinks nicely, but that's about it. The LED box has some nice hardware in it to play with, though.
3 years ago in Blogs
Hacking a modern inkjet printer cartridge for free-style printing shenanigans. Shenanigans, I tells ya!
A Macintosh Plus, like Apple used to make, but in a size that sits in the palm of your hand.
5 years ago in Blogs
Adding WiFi functionality to a Fluke 15B+
I got a bunch of nice VFDs, but they were burned-in and had limited controllers. This is how I managed to make one into a pretty display.
6 years ago in Blogs
Xkcd did a comic about the Tamagotchi Singularity. I decided that concept needed implementing.
Dekatrons are ancient display devices. I got one for free. Only one thing to do: hook it up to the Internet!
My old Vectrex multicart kicked the bucket. Let's make a new one, more powerful than any other.
I wanted to have some dynamically changing information on a whiteboard, so I built a device that displays data from the Internet on an E-ink screen.