Tag Archives: ROMS

This Handheld Console Is Similar To An Everything Bagel

Ever walk into a nice deli and get an everything bagel? You know, the one with all the seeds, wheat and tasty goodness glued to the outside? It reminds me of this Chinese console called the CVFH-N03-4G. Boring name, I know, but this fucker can play games (read: ROMs) from the NES, SNES, Sega Genesis, Game Boy Advance, Neo-Geo and ...

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GlitchNES: Who Needs Guitars Anyway?

Previously, I showed you how to manipulate video using Pure Data and a MIDI controller. This time around, we’re skipping the computer and all the bullshit. Using a program called glitchNES, you can now alter code in your favorite NES ROM to produce glitchy, hacked video and music. I’d imagine it would be awesome for live performance or video manipulation. ...

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Replicant: The World’s First Microprocessor-Based Calculator

Retro computer enthusiast Bill Kotaska has successfully built a replica of Busicom’s historic 141-PF printing calculator using vintage Intel chips. It’s the 37th anniversary of the world’s first single chip, customer-programmable microprocessor, the tiny Intel 4004. It was the Japanese calculator maker known as Busicom which later introduced the first product ever built around an Intel microprocessor. So, in light ...

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