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Hackaday Prize 2023: LASK4 Watches Those Finger Wiggles
What do you get when you combine an ESP32-S2, a machine-learning model, some Hall effect sensors, and a grip exercise toy? [Turfptax] did just that and created LASK4. The four ...read more
Less than an hour ago by Hackaday
Chatting About the State of Hacker-Friendly AR Gear
There are many in the hacker community who would love to experiment with augmented reality (AR), but the hardware landscape isn't exactly overflowing with options that align with our goals ...read more
1 hour ago by Hackaday
Hackaday Podcast 221: The Future of the Raspberry Pi, Sniffing a Toothbrush, Your Tactical Tool Threshold
Editors Elliot Williams and Tom Nardi are back in the (virtual) podcast studio to talk the latest phase of the 2023 Hackaday Prize, the past, present, and future of single-board ...read more
3 hours ago by Hackaday
AI Camera Imagines A Photo Of What You Point It At
These days, every phone has a camera, and few of us are ever without one. [Bjørn Karmann] has built an altogether not-camera, though, in the form of the Paragraphica, powered ...read more
3 hours ago by Hackaday
This Week in Security: Barracuda, Zyxel, and The Backdoor
Barracuda's Email Security Gateway (ESG) has had a vulnerability in it for years. Tracked as CVE-2023-2868, this one was introduced back in version 5.1.3.001, and only got patched during the ...read more
5 hours ago by Hackaday
Is MINIX Dead? And Does It Matter?
Is MINIX dead? OSnews is sounding its death-knell, citing evidence from the operating system's git log that its last updates happened as long ago as 2018. Given that the last ...read more
8 hours ago by Hackaday
Wii XL is Twice as Nice
The Wii was a relatively small console when it released, but it packed a big punch when it came to its game library and the impact it had on the ...read more
11 hours ago by Hackaday
Petscii Robots - The FINAL Update
Support The 8-Bit Guy on Patreon: / https://www.patreon.com/8BitGuy1 / Visit my website: / http://www.the8bitguy.com/ / Win Prizes for playing Petscii Robots here: / https://www.twingalaxies.com/bounty/filter/createdby/the8bitguy / https://youtu.be/kwSVW0K3BZY - Print and Play video (mini arcade construction) / https://www.vcfsw.org/ - VCF Southwest / https://github.com/zeropolis79 -source code / 0:00-Intro / 1:12-Invitation to VCF Southwest / 1:56-The Oric Atmos / 3:52-The Enterprise 128 / 5:00-Print N Pla...
Tuesday, May 30th 2023 by The 8-Bit Guy
Vintage is The New Old
You always hear about ASCII, ANSI and PETSCII. So why not a special compo for Amstrad ASCII? It's really time, isn't it? Join this fun event! Create your own AMSCII art and enjoy the limits of retro computing. This event is held online only. Submission of entries: 27. May - 15. June 2023 (17:59 CEST) Submit your entry here For...
Monday, May 29th 2023 by Vintage is The New Old
The Bear-A-Byte PC: Pentium III Teddy Bear Computer
Checking out the unique Bear A Byte computer system! I had to have this weird custom machine as soon as I saw it on Craigslist. An IKEA stuffed bear packing a Windows PC running an Intel Pentium 3 CPU? Oh yes. It's rather dirty though, so let's go about restoring and building this rig back even better! / ? LGR links: / https://www.patreon.com/LazyGameReviews / https://www.twitter.com/LazyGameReviews / https://www.facebook.com/LazyGameReviews / ? All background music licensed from: / http://www.epidemicsound...
Friday, May 26th 2023 by LGR
Scene World Podcast Episode #165 - Grundislav Games with Francisco González
We're back with a new episode of our podcast and this time we welcome Francisco Gonzáles from Grundislav Games. They are known for indie adventure games like Lamplight City, Shardlight or A Golden Wake + Ben Jordan. Currently Francisco is working on his new game 'Rosewater' and we're happy to...
Sunday, May 21st 2023 by Vintage is The New Old
Exploring a PC Built by Bond, J. Bond - The 99¢ 386
Checking out an early 90s J. Bond Computer Systems A333CD. It's your standard white box clone PC of the time, packing a 33MHz AMD 386, 8 megabytes of RAM, DOS 6.22 and Windows 3.11 and stuff! It also came with a nifty 250MB Colorado tape backup drive, so that's fun. / ? LGR links: / https://www.patreon.com/LazyGameReviews / https://www.twitter.com/LazyGameReviews / https://www.facebook.com/LazyGameReviews / ? All background music licensed from: / http://www.epidemicsound.com / 00:00 The 99 cent 386 / 02:41 ...
Friday, May 19th 2023 by LGR
Building the Ultimate Oddware Tower! Twelve 5.25" Drive Bays Full of Weirdness
For YEARS now I've wanted to get a huge Antec 1200 case and fill every one of its 5 1/4" drive bays with weird and strange 90s and 2000s devices, creating a sort of Oddware Museum Tower. And it finally happened! Mostly. It isn't *quite* done yet, but we can still install everything into this monster ATX PC case and power everything on at once! / ? LGR links: / https://www.patreon.com/LazyGameReviews / https://www.twitter.com/LazyGameReviews / https://www.facebook.com/LazyGameReviews / ? All background music...
Friday, May 12th 2023 by LGR
2023 ViTNO Writer's Contest - Entry #1 - "BLUE BOMBING : THE FIRST MOMENT I WISHED WOULD NEVER END"
Author: Francis BlaisDate: April 28th, 2023Category: Non-technical Growing up in Quebec, Canada, as a 90's kid hooked on 8-bit video games, had its share of unique moments. For starters, I'm old enough to have lived the video store experience. Not the clean and abundant Blockbuster or Videotron experience; the small...
Thursday, May 4th 2023 by Vintage is The New Old
The History of Cursor Keys
Support The 8-Bit Guy on Patreon: / https://www.patreon.com/8BitGuy1 / Visit my website: / http://www.the8bitguy.com/ / 0:00-Intro / 2:05-No Cursor Keys / 3:33-Quad Arrangement / 5:10-TRS-80 / 5:55-Straight 4 Arrangement / 7:55-Commodore Arrangement / 10:50-Diamond Arrangement / 11:47-IBM PC / 14:26-Conclusion
Sunday, April 30th 2023 by The 8-Bit Guy
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