If you want to make a cake that looks like a motherboard, you may have struggled in the past. Maybe it came out looking more like a motherboard after a fire. Well, Los Angeles baker and author Rosanna Pansino of Nerdy Nummies is here to help.
We’ve seen a table, a chair, classic artworks, and even a toilet made from gadget guts. Here’s a nice installation that would go well with those items. Made by UK-based artist Susan Stockwell, this map of the world is made of computer components.
So what do you do when your CPU’s fried and you can’t extract any more useful information out of it? Don’t throw it out! Instead, gulp down some creative juices and turn it into a clock, because that’s exactly what the folks behind TECOART did.
If there were a Church of Old Technology, these would be the stained-glass windows they’d have hanging on their walls.
Created out of recycled circuit boards by a guy simply going by “Dan”, they’re not actually windows, but give off the appearance of stained glass because of the colors he selected.
ThinkGeek’s new Motherboard Ruler is perfect for science geeks, computer nerds and math dweebs who need to measure stuff. Each one is made from a sliver of recycled green circuit board, probably from your old laptop that died.
ASUSTeK, pioneers of the underpowered tiny computer revolution, is in the forefront again, and this time around they’ve got me excited: the Asus P6X58 Premium motherboard is the world’s first motherboard to be equipped with NEC’s USB 3.0-certified chipset.
We have seen a lot of geeky treats, but these motherboard cakes can’t be beat! Who would think to combine butter, eggs, flour, and sugar into something resembling a motherboard? It turns out there are multiple people who have done just that, with varying results.
Just when you thought desktop PCs couldn’t get any smaller, VIA comes along and introduces an insanely tiny new x86 motherboard platform.
VIA’s ultra-mini Pico-ITX mainboards measure in at just under 3″ x 4″ – about 75% smaller than the Mini-ITX format.