Homemade portable NES pushes our buttons, Ep. 134 Video
Homemade portable NES pushes our buttons, Ep. 134 Video Transcript
They might have -- -- -- and here's what's up. This week on cnet's crave blog. Computer science Ph.D. in current -- engineers gave communion is built this homemade portable Nintendo Entertainment System. He's calling that any -- -- Unions using any S hardware clone known -- -- NES on a -- they can't say that any S retro entertainment system. He used opens gadget design and 3-D printing capital for the NES -- -- use the four point three inch color TNT camera screen. He posted step by step instructions of how to build your own NE SO at his website these New Year's doc word press stuff costs. We use at your keyboard half and one half was also -- maps. Would you be down. That's the concept behind schema thanks. He -- is -- need to go campaign trying to raise a 150000. Dollars out of China. To produces ergonomically comfortable and compact Bluetooth forty keyboard. He -- can be used for tablets Smartphones laptops. In a number of your economic configurations and comes with a stylish leather case. If -- years for 69 dollars to the US looks a lot nicer than some other whacked pretty keyboard devices we've seen in the past. The corporations has destroyed this planet there's no wards clean air -- if I want wannabes. Voyage on the planet is an art project consisting of a clear box -- like -- backpack. Containing a potted plant which is connected to a -- after -- The device is an artistic statement about how humans adapt to survive in -- damaged environment. -- on the plane it was part of design boom dot com is doing yourself submissions from readers. Get out of my face based man. From the personal space defenders a 380 printed bow tie with built in LED's that flash when someone or something gets too close for comfort. Personal space defender Alexi -- -- -- Created the bow -- because so many famous stars are getting too close -- parties so we felt the need to build the warning systems. If someone comes within nineteen inches of the -- the defenders -- -- -- ultrasonic range finder will set the LED splashing for a few seconds. The distance and flashing rates can be changed to suit your needs depending on the size of your personal bubble. To British cheese board in the royal society of chemists together have created the formula for the perfect grilled cheese sandwich according to the society science executive -- Neil. Perfect slice can be made by melting fifty grams of -- hard she such as chatter -- slice of white -- ten millimeters thick under the grill. The cheese on the -- -- at a distance of eighteen centimeters from the heat source. Which on our growth -- a temperature of 150 degrees Celsius and needs to cook perform minutes to achieve the perfect consistency encased. So the formula looks like this. I thought I just -- I just can't. Wouldn't -- -- -- an. Affront to grant the context. Dream -- and build the ultimate party machine where players can battle and pac man and if you can Street Fighter. And tap the machine for a cold frosty group. The ultimate party machine to be years from America it's for a cool 5000 dollars. Canadian dentist named Michael's new purchased one of -- -- teeth for 31000. Dollars. And now in -- to clone a whole new John -- with DNA. But in other news you can -- payment. -- -- Filmmaker W -- Ziegler has launched to kick -- campaign to raise 42000 dollars to produce a documentary film about Peter Mayhew who was famous for his role as Q -- and Star Wars. The film would highlight -- struggled giant schism which constantly grossed seven feet three inches making them perfect for the role. If you want to see this film made donate at the kick starter page. -- I think you very much for watching as always you can find all these new stories cnet's crave blog crave dot cnet.com and check out this week's crave giveaway. This week's crave giveaway it's a 250 dollar gift certificate from wreckage and dot com. -- got tons of gadgets and video games go to the blog and enter to win. We haven't seen take the -- nine. You don't have -- on the. And Andy shelling their friends and Jimmy said the -- -- -- -- and I might wanna come along. Tell -- cool now that I had gotten on the Internet I'd rather be on my computer and doing just about anything it's really cool. The and it gave us a whole world of exciting possibilities. So I guess this is a story of how it changed -- -- -- -- -- -- to do. But they can't I can.
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