In this article I want to cover an alternative I’ve come across while building the “real” word clock project. This version will not feature a 12×12 LED-Matrix display. Instead it’s made with LED strips and only the significant words on the clock can light up. With this method you can’t display custom messages, but the whole build won’t cost you as much either. Read all about this build in this article or watch this video:
I recently worked on a video that I plan to publish in 2018 and I had some shots left-over which are nice, but probably won’t make it into the final video. I decided to publish them in their own video (I also included some nice clips, that I actually want to include in the final video). Watch it here:
This series will discuss the basic building blocks of a simple theoretical CPU design. In it, I’ll cover one topic in each article and append the theoretical design. In the end, we’ll have a functioning CPU model.Continue reading How to design your own CPU from scratch – Part 1
So you might have seen the article which showed you some of the teddy bear easter eggs that Mike had found in Fallout 4. It also had a video attached where I fired 100 teddy bears with a mortar. I made this video response firing 1000 teddy bears and I wanted to share it with you! If the embedded player doesn’t work, you can watch it here! Continue reading Even more Fallout 4 teddy bears
If you’ve played Fallout 4, you might have noticed that it’s packed with funny and sarcastic easter eggs. And there are a lot of them. But one, that I keep running into are teddy bears, that are put into funny poses, where it seems like they are alive. The teddy bear easter eggs were already built into Fallout 3, but however I unfortunately don’t have any screenshot of them. But some of you might remember the huge teddy bear, that could be found in the SatCom Array NN-03d facility. Here are some of the Fallout 4 teddy bear easter eggs, I’ve found. Continue reading Some Fallout 4 easter egg teddy bears
The new MacOS 10.12 is now available for download, you can get it from the App Store. It has several cool new features like Siri on Mac, a new Messager, new Safari and the ability to watch videos while you work with the help of picture in picture. Continue reading Quick look at MacOS Sierra’s Picture in picture
Who doesn’t like retro gaming? No honestly, who doesn’t? This might not be the right article for you if you don’t like them, but there is a way to play nice hidden mini games, that come with the terminal text-editor emacs, for everyone else. This collection of games includes remakes of classic games as well as new and unique games. In this short article I’m going to show you how to play them!