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Author Archive: Lambert Varias

Vintage Internet Radio Made with Raspberry Pi: Poser

Vintage Internet Radio Made with Raspberry Pi: Poser
Sorry hipsters, but this radio is only authentic on the outside. Imgur member mxmln23 found two units of an old radio model on eBay and used them to make an Internet-connected music player. Mxmln23 was able…
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Electric Objects EO1: The iMac of Digital Picture Frames

Electric Objects EO1: The iMac of Digital Picture Frames
The digital picture frame has been around for years. It’s a convenient if unimpressive class of device. So why is Electric Objects’ EO1 getting so much hype and love online? Well for one thing, it was…
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Papers, Please Arstotzka Inspector Pin: Glory to Arstotzka!

Papers, Please Arstotzka Inspector Pin: Glory to Arstotzka!
Lucas Pope’s Papers, Please is one of the most serious and depressing video games you’ll ever play. It takes advantage of the repetitive motions and dehumanizing mechanics found in video games to create a dark tribute…
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BreadBox Desktop Circuit Board Maker: Etchanting

BreadBox Desktop Circuit Board Maker: Etchanting
We’ve featured a variety of compact kits that you can use to print circuit boards on a variety of materials. But if all you want is to make a standard PCB using copper board, check out…
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Game Boy Advance with 8″ Screen: BigBoy Advance

Game Boy Advance with 8″ Screen: BigBoy Advance
A lot of video game console modders focus on creating portable or at least more compact versions of a system. But for his recent project, Bacman site owner Bacteria created a Game Boy Advance with an…
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Star Wars Rebels Chopper Astro Droid Replica: Art–who?

Star Wars Rebels Chopper Astro Droid Replica: Art–who?
We usually see cosplays and replicas of fictional characters after they’ve become popular. But this astromech droid has been brought to life even if his show hasn’t aired yet. C1-10P aka Chopper is one of the…
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oPhone DUO Lets You Receive Scented Messages: Eau de Possibilities

oPhone DUO Lets You Receive Scented Messages: Eau de Possibilities
We can use our phones to send images and sounds to and from practically anywhere on the planet. Soon we may be able to do that with scents as well. Vapor Communications is working on the…
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Connect Four Robot: Pretty Sneaky, Bot

Connect Four Robot: Pretty Sneaky, Bot
Patrick McCabe has what might be the world’s only single-player Connect Four set, thanks to a robot that he made for his Microcomputer Project Laboratory course at MIT. The robot is slow and noisy, but it…
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Flea Market Art Turned into Video Game Tapestry: Remastered Edition

Flea Market Art Turned into Video Game Tapestry: Remastered Edition
French artist Gauvain Manhattan bought six old paintings from flea markets and then painstakingly wove replicas of each painting. He didn’t replicate them perfectly though. Instead he turned the real world subjects into virtual ones by…
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Mighty Tactical Shooter is a Turn-based Shoot ‘em up: Puzzle Hell

Mighty Tactical Shooter is a Turn-based Shoot ‘em up: Puzzle Hell
Like first-person shooters, shoot ‘em ups almost always require fast reflexes and memorizing the location and timing of enemies. So when I read that Mighty Tactical Shooter is a turn-based shmup, I was immediately intrigued. The…
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Doom Knee Deep in the Dead Diorama: 3D Cover Art

Doom Knee Deep in the Dead Diorama: 3D Cover Art
The late Don Ivan Punchatz’s cover art for Doom is as memorable as the game itself. Gaming Heads immortalized the illustration with this badass resin diorama. It’s called Doom: Knee Deep in the Dead, and it…
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LEGO Exo Suit Now Official: 50% Bionicle, 100% Awesome

LEGO Exo Suit Now Official: 50% Bionicle, 100% Awesome
A couple of years ago we spotted the Exo Suit, a concept submitted to LEGO Cuusoo (now called LEGO Ideas) by Peter Reid. It appears the powers that be loved Peter’s concept as much as we…
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Skatehack Ramps Add Sound Effects While You Skate: Disco Flip

Skatehack Ramps Add Sound Effects While You Skate: Disco Flip
The sound effect that triggers when you pull off a special trick in Tony Hawk Pro Skater is burned into my brain. That and Suicide Machines’ New Girl. If you’d love to augment your real world…
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SNES & Super Famicom-themed Backlit GBAs: Super Family Entertainment

SNES & Super Famicom-themed Backlit GBAs: Super Family Entertainment
Retro console mod shop Rose Colored Gaming is going to release two special Game Boy Advance variants this month. The shop’s Super Family Entertainment series features the original Game Boy Advance with an SNES and a…
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PlayStation 3 Controller in Original PS1 Gray: Looks Just Like Grandpa

PlayStation 3 Controller in Original PS1 Gray: Looks Just Like Grandpa
The original PlayStation and its controllers were released before Sony fell in love with white and black hardware. I don’t know why it came in what I like to call obsolete gray, but it did, and…
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3D Printed Game Boy Case for Raspberry Pi: PiGRRL

3D Printed Game Boy Case for Raspberry Pi: PiGRRL
A few weeks ago we saw how you can use a Game Boy Pocket’s case and buttons to make a Raspberry Pi handheld console. If you don’t have a Game Boy Pocket but have access to…
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