This is unbelievably impressive. It made me browse eBay for a used Commodore 64 and a CRT TV.
2017 graduating classes of the DAVE School made a fake trailer of "The Star Wars" using art by concept artist Ralph McQuarrie.
If you don't know why this is cool, then you are no Star Wars fan.
It will probably be crap, but the industrial design alone makes this desirable.
If the real thing ends up looking anything like those renders, that is.
The whole program uses up 256 bytes. This description I just typed uses up about the same amount of memory.
Follow up on previously linked item.
This is some technical background explaining how the browser-based emulator hosted by the Internet Archive so you can run old Mac software works.
I can think of worst ways to spend $1000.
Nice commercial. Like the product, it pushes all the nostalgia buttons.
August 11 – 13 – Austin, TX / The Long Center for the Performing Arts
Wow, at the Long Center! That's cool. But it's the stupid Special Editions so Han shoots first so no.
Superfly Jimmy Snuka is still wrestling. This is crazy, and awesome, and sad.
The story behind the most notorious exception to the whole "There's an app for that" slogan.
Oh boy... I had many of these. Quite the trip down memory lane.
I learned two important chiptunes related things here: 1) How the music chip on the NES works (great video!) 2) That the Japanese Legend of Zelda music is slightly different than the American version.
This was a really good game.
Play Super Mario Bros. using characters from other games (i.e. as Mega Man!)
This is a cool video from Bell Labs (1968) that explains the basics on how computer works and whether they can think of not. Forty years later we can see how the principles apply, the challenges are the same - but a lot of progress has been made on all these fronts. Very well made.
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