The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released a new miniature $5 computer: Raspberry Pi Zero. This new device is, with a 1 GHz ARM11 core, 40% faster than the original Raspberry Pi. It has 512MB...
Watch the Elders React to new technology as they dive into virtual reality using the Oculus Rift. [via finebros]
MIT student Patrick Mccabe made a robot that can play Connect Four. If you want to build one yourself, you can find more information on his website. [via the world’s best ever]
Ballad of a WiFi Hero is an exclusive animated adaptation of the famed McSweeney’s Internet Tendency piece, “In Which I Fix My Girlfriend’s Grandparents’ WiFi and Am Hailed as a Conquering Hero,” by Mike...
We all use the play, pause and power buttons a couple of times a day. But how did these symbols come into existence? click to enlarge [Via visual.ly]
Projection mapping is the art of using physical objects as display surfaces and turning them into something else visually. This video of Box is an impressive demonstration of the technology. [via geek.com]
PSMania made an infographic that shows the evolution of the PlayStation controller, from the PS1 up to the PS4. [Via PSMania]
Why are phone buttons laid out as they are? Sarah Wiseman discusses. [via numberphile]
Scottish artist and filmmaker James Houston utilises dead media as a musical instrument in this latest video with Julian Corrie who wrote and performs the song. [via laughingsquid]
How did punch card systems work? Professor Brailsford delves further into the era of mainframe computing with this hands-on look at punch cards. [Via Computerphile]