For one reason or another, we’re going with a retro-futuristic 80s aesthetic in this case, [Mike] decided to turn an Apple IIe into a robot. If you have to ask why, you’ll never know, but this project does have some interesting things going for it. There’s a voice synthesizer, a brand
Spend four days enjoying the company of other retro-technology enthusiasts at GORF: the Great Oz Retro-Fest, at Urban Camp in Melbourne, Australia from April 24th-28th 2019. Modelled after the wildly-successful US KansasFest event, GORF is [more…]
The latest microM8 release supports the Applesauce WOZ2 format, has improved DHGR rendering (with NTSC artifacting) and a refactored VM manager for increased speed and better reliability, among a number of other fixes and enhancements. [more…]
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The Great Oz Retro-Fest, (GORF) is a multi-day event celebrating the personal computing platforms of the 1970s, 80s and 90s including the Apple, Microbee, Commodore, Atari, Sinclair and other 8- and 16-bit computer lines. GORF is being produced by Teaching Electronics and Computing History (TECH) Inc. which is an Australian
Getting the Apollo spacecraft all the way to the moon was going to take power – a lot of power. And to build a rocket of such magnitude was going to take a great deal [more…]