Posted 2 months ago
jacobjoaquin:

Built with Processing + Gifsicle. Original photo here.

jacobjoaquin:

Built with Processing + Gifsicle. Original photo here.

Posted 3 months ago

klaatu:

I owned this controller and matching basic programming cart for the Atari 2600. Quite rare. Still have it somewhere.

always wanted this as a kid

(Source: -clu-)

Posted 4 months ago

actsofgnome:

Gnome #9

While joining his brothers on a trip to Paris, this little guy couldn’t help but dive right into the Marche Place Monge flee market. 

Posted 5 months ago

chadsnuts:

I’ve been designing a lot of physical things for the office over the past month. I’m really pleased with how it’s all come together - feel free to hit me up if you need any tips! I’ll be posting the repeating wallpaper pattern soon, too!

Looks amazing!

Posted 5 months ago

nycrdoomblog:

HELLO

I AM UNIT SP210

I SCAN BAR CODES

I UTILIZE THE LATEST PS/2 SERIAL PORT TECHNOLOGY

WAIT

WHERE ARE YOU GOING

Posted 5 months ago

nycrdoomblog:

A soldering iron, without the iron. Paradox? Perhaps! But it certainly is

RoHS

COMPLIANT

Posted 6 months ago

nycrdoomblog:

This tape deck is more than meets the eye! From the front: a perfectly normal dual-tape deck. From the back: there is no back! Does it work? Is it useful? Who cares when you can make tape door B flap back and forth and make stupid mouth noises! Phhphphhphphphhhphhhpht.

Seven days later (aka the doom blog) is back. Come for the crap, stay for the laughs.

Posted 10 months ago

thedailywhat:

Pixel Art of the Day: Algorithm-Powered Tetris Printer

Michael Birken, who previously spent nearly an entire year on creating his Post-It Note stop motion animation, is back with an algorithm that generates pixel art of video game characters within the world of Tetris. For more detailed info on this algorithm, check out Birken’s explanation here.

Wow. Just wow.

Posted 10 months ago

If tumblr were around in the 80’s it might look like this. Try it yourself at NYC Resistor on June 15th.

Posted 1 year ago

nycrdoomblog:

Put an eye out— or worse!— with this effectively jabby DISASSEMBLED ANTENNA. Provides excellent reception in the MEGA-HURTS BAND. I have already nearly punctured both my shin and my ear on VARIOUS PROTUBERANCES just in the simple act of removing this item from the cart and replacing it after photography. It is just waiting for a loving home in which it can hurt you. Act now!

I always read Seven Days Later in the voice of the product guy from The Price is Right. Don’t know if that’s the intent, but that’s how it sounds to me.