A smarthome concept that wasn't absolute hell: the mid-80s Soviet SPHINX project, based on the idea that there would be a central, modular PC and appliances in the house like the TV would connect to it via the LAN. Everything was designed to be easily-expandable or pared-down as needed. It was purely conceptual but the props looked cool as hell.
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Hundreds of engineering enthusiasts will gather for talks, demos, and workshops + challenges, conversations, and discovery that make Supercon the ultimate hardware conference.
Tickets >> https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hackaday-superconference-2019-tickets-60129236164
Original tweet: https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1139049841814921216
@clarjon1 read this as 'offline gambling' 🎰
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Voyager VI: Red-i
Part of a poster series for Voyager: a set of extended performances at club XX XX (20-20) in Manila, showcasing the talents of local and resident DJs.
More of the series here:
You've never seen gear like the keyboards that came to this Tokyo Mechanical Keyboard Meetup! https://hackaday.com/2019/06/05/tokyo-mechanical-keyboard-meetup-knocks-our-clacks-off/
Original tweet: https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1136180932824752128
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