• This clever dot screen is a fun widget for your high-tech hipster office

    This clever dot screen is a fun widget for your high-tech hipster office

    Look, it’s 2016. A cereal bar, pet grooming station, nap pod, and ping pong hovel aren’t enough to get a young programmer’s guts boiling. You need something unique. You need a flip disk system. This system, created by a BreakfastNY, is basically a modern version of those massive analog-digital signs you used to see in airports. Each pixel flips from dark to light (or dark… Read More

  • The Mobile Gaming Business Model For Freedom And Fantasy Crunch Network

    The Mobile Gaming Business Model For Freedom And Fantasy

    Mobile gaming has by far made the greatest impact on — and effected the most change overall in — the gaming industry. From a dollars and cents perspective, mobile gaming revenue is projected to surpass console game revenue in 2015 to the tune of $30.3 billion versus $26.4 billion, with ongoing growth in mobile-device sales only driving this trend forward in 2016 and beyond. Read More

  • Video: Robot plays Pong

    This robot uses a standard off the shelf webcam for eyes and solenoids for fingers to play pong. It also has the menacing look of a one-eyed tentacle monster. Read More

  • Homemade Pong watch comes with plans

    Finally something I’d like to build! This homemade Pong watch by John Maushammer includes full plans for creating this mini Pong game that tells the time by “losing.” Too bad my hands are so shaky from self-abuse that I can barely replace an XBox controller battery, let alone build a watch. via BBG Read More

  • Japanese geek programs iPong multiplayer game for iPod Touch

    It is claimed that this wireless multiplayer Pong game for the iPod Touch was coded in about an hour by a single person. via Asiajin Read More

  • Cal's marching band are a bunch of geeks

    Just watch and try not to smile. Read More

  • DIY Pong Watch

    Sure it’s nearly the size of a Gameboy, but this homemade Pong watch is pretty pimp. It appears to just play with itself endlessly, but I imagine it could be somewhat entrancing when you should probably be doing more important things. It uses a 10mm case with a 96×64 OLED dsplay. Oh and battery life is just 25 hours so it might not be hospitable for late nights. Homemade Pong watch! Read More