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Hello Lamp Post Lets You Have a Conversation with Your City

Hello Lamp Post Lets You Have a Conversation with Your City
How many people do you know in your city? Hello Lamp Post won’t exactly let you meet or talk with anyone specific, but it will allow you to listen to the thoughts, comments, and other random…

Pixel Art Skyline Prints: Bright Lights, 8-Bit Cities

Pixel Art Skyline Prints: Bright Lights, 8-Bit Cities
Okay, I actually don’t know if you could have produced these images with an 8-bit system, or if you would have needed a 16-bit one, but I still love the way these retro styled cityscapes look,…
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Guardian Concept Uses Lasers to Tell Pedestrians When to Cross

Guardian Concept Uses Lasers to Tell Pedestrians When to Cross
Thousands of people lose their lives each year to car accidents. The sad thing is some of these deaths could have been prevented, had they taken more care when crossing the road.¬†We can only do…

Lonely City USB Hub: Where Did All the People Go?

Lonely City USB Hub: Where Did All the People Go?
I just got a cool new laptop yesterday, and as much as I love how insanely thin and lightweight the thing is, I do find that its two USB ports aren’t enough. While there are plenty…

8-Bit City Maps: More Interesting (and More Pixel-Y) Than Google Maps

8-Bit City Maps: More Interesting (and More Pixel-Y) Than Google Maps
This 8-bit map of New York City was made by Brett Camper for the 8-Bit Cities project. The goal is not to make your city look like a video game map, but to make it feel…
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